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Applause from SAR leaders to President Xi for his third term

Applause from SAR leaders to President Xi for his third term

The Chief Executives of Hong Kong and Macau congratulated China’s Xi Jinping on getting his third term with unanimous support as president of the country on Friday.
In a statement published by the Hong Kong government, the city’s leader John Lee Ka-chiu expressed his congratulations to the newly elected President, saying, "the Central Authorities has been fully, faithfully and resolutely upholding the principle of 'one country, two systems,' 'Hong Kong people administering Hong Kong' and a high degree of autonomy, and implementing the principle of 'patriots administering Hong Kong,' fully supporting Hong Kong's new transition from governance to prosperity and promoting Hong Kong's prosperity and stability in the long run".

"The HKSAR Government will continue to unite all sectors of the community to focus on economic development, improve people's livelihoods, build a beautiful Hong Kong, better ensure and promote the fact of successful implementation of "one country, two systems," and more proactively integrate into the national development and strive to contribute to the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation," the statement said.

Ho Iat-seng, Maucu's Chief Executive, also applauded Xi's new term, saying "his re-election was the choice of history and of all Chinese people, including those in Macau."

He added the Macau SAR would also apply utmost effort to safeguarding national sovereignty, security, and national development interest while addressing pressing local issues and any shortcomings relating to people's well-being and accelerating the economic diversification effort in order to ensure the long-term stability and prosperity of Macau's socio-economic system, and the steady progress of the "one country, two systems" principle.

Xi welcomed the unprecedented third term of another five years as the leader of the Chinese Communist Party and the military this morning after winning a 2,952-0 vote by China's lawmakers in the National People’s Congress held in Beijing.
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