The agitated political scenario that, both internally and externally, usually envelops the regime that directs the destinies of the Chinese nation is now rarefied by the lack of knowledge of the eventual strategy that may be being followed for the transmission of political power.

Moreover, in the absence of a process approved by the citizens to delegate the administrative functions characteristic of a democratic state, the succession of power could be traumatic if left to the struggle between the main political currents.