Xi Jinping is the president of the People’s Republic of China (PRC). He is the general secretary of the 'Communist Party of China' (CPC) and chairman of the 'Central Military Commission' (CMC). Since 2012, Xi Jinping has been the highest-ranking official in China. In 2016, he became the fourth person after Mao Zedong, Deng Xiaoping, and Jiang Zemin to receive the 'leadership core' title from the CPC. After becoming the president of PRC, Xi Jinping went on to introduce measures to enforce party discipline and internal unity. His far-reaching campaign against corruption led to the downfall of several 'Communist Party' officials. Xi is known and respected for his integrity, which he managed to keep intact despite the party being named in scandals. As the paramount leader of CPC, Xi constantly works toward the betterment of the country and its people. His vision to establish China as a super-power is the driving force behind his actions. Xi Jinping has also attracted criticism from political observers who have labeled him a "dictator" for the removal of term limits for the president of PRC, which was passed along with a set of other constitutional amendments in 2018 under his tenure. In 2018, he was named "the most powerful and influential person in the world" by 'Forbes' magazine.