China's 96-year-old successor to Deng Xiaoping and former CCP Secretary General Jiang Zemin dies: Details

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Deng Xiaoping's 96-year-old successor and former CCP general secretary Jiang Zemin died in China: details

According to Xinhua journalists, the cause of death was leukemia and insufficiency of several internal organs. Jiang Zemin was in power from 1989 to 2003, and led the PRC after the arrest of Secretary General Zhao Ziyang, who supported the protesters in Tiananmen Square.

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Chinese politician Jiang Zemin has died at the age of 96 in Shanghai. He served as President of the People's Republic of China from 1993 to 2003, the Xinhua news agency reports, citing the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and other state and military departments.

According to journalists, the politician died of leukemia and insufficiency of several internal organs .

What is known about Jiang Zemin?

In 1989, Jiang Zemin took over as chairman of the Central Military Commission after cracking down on student demonstrations and arresting Zhao Ziyang, general secretary of the CPC Central Committee, who supported the Tiananmen Square protesters seeking political freedom.

In the same 1989, at the suggestion of the head of the People's Republic of China, Deng Xiaoping, Zemin was elected general secretary at the party congress.

Through Zemin's efforts, the theory of “three representations” entered the country's political course, providing that the intelligentsia were equalized in political rights with workers and peasants.

In the period 2002–2005. As a result of the transit of power in China, all state and military posts of Jiang Zemin passed to Hu Jintao.

Under Zemin, the Chinese economy became the seventh in the world, moreover, China became a member of the World Trade Organization.