According to state media, China has appointed a new Defense Minister, Gen. Li Shangfu, who has been absent from public appearances for nearly two months without clear explanation.
The individual was ousted from their position in July without any explanation provided.
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Supervising the procurement of weapons from Russia that prevent him from being able to go into the country. China has subsequently severed communication with the U.S. armed forces, primarily in objection to U.S. arms sales to Taiwan, but also strongly suggesting that Washington must remove the restrictions on Li, which Beijing refuses to acknowledge publicly.
The state broadcaster CCTV declared that Li and Qin have been dismissed from the State Council, which serves as China’s Cabinet and holds significant political influence. This likely marks the conclusion of their political paths, although it is uncertain if they will be subject to legal consequences.
China’s political and legal systems remain highly opaque, fueling lively discussion of possible corruption, personal foibles or fallings-out with other powerful figures leading to the downfall of top officials.
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