Tiananmen Gate is reflected in a puddle after heavy rainfall in Beijing. The week-long Communist Party Congress, held every five years, will end with a transition of power to Vice President Xi Jinping, who will govern for the coming decade amid growing pressure for reform of the communist regime’s iron-clad grip on power. (AFP)

Posted November 10th, 2012 at 2:02 pm (UTC-4)
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Tiananmen Gate is reflected in a puddle after heavy rainfall in Beijing. The week-long Communist Party Congress, held every five years, will end with a transition of power to Vice President Xi Jinping, who will govern for the coming decade amid growing pressure for reform of the communist regime's iron-clad grip on power. (AFP)

Tiananmen Gate is reflected in a puddle after heavy rainfall in Beijing. The week-long Communist Party Congress, held every five years, will end with a transition of power to Vice President Xi Jinping, who will govern for the coming decade amid growing pressure for reform of the communist regime’s iron-clad grip on power. (AFP)

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