Politik | Ausland 05.03.2013

China marschiert zum Führungswechsel

A paramilitary policeman uses binoculars to monitor the surroundings above Tiananmen Square as the sun rises before the opening … © Bild: AP/Kin Cheung

Chinas neue Staatschefs werden gekürt – mit viel Getöse, militärischem Pomp und einer Erhöhung der Rüstungsausgaben.

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A paramilitary policeman uses binoculars to monito…

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CHINA NPC

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Wen Jiabao, Li Keqiang

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A combination picture of China's President Hu and

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Delegates from Chinese People's Liberation Army (P…

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A delegate wearing his working award medals on his…

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Members of the military music band line up to ente…

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Chinese military band members rehearse before the …

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China's Premier Wen bows after delivering a speech

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CHINA NPC

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A journalist reports outside the Great Hall of the

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Journalists surround a delegate outside the Great …

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Chinese police officers on electronic two wheel ve…

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