For someone of your level (going from your other thread) there is too much garbage volume that have no place in a program for a guy like you. You should spend more volume and the truly effective exercises and drop the ones that will do nothing for you right now since pretty much all the girls I train are stronger than you are.
Furthermore, when you are doing the effective lift, you are doing many of them in a workout so you will not be able to go hard enough on all of them.
Lastly you should be less concerned with programming and more by learning to lift properly. If your power clean 1RM is 50kg as you mentioned earlier and you are a non-handicapped man, then you simply do not know how to do the lift. Of the 20-30 women I train I don't know if I have one of them who can't do more than 50kg, and most of them do a lot more.
Right now simply focus on learning the perfect technique on:
And ONCE DO ALL OF THESE WITH SOLID TECHNIQUE, focus all your energy on getting strong in these and drop all the garbage volume.
EDIT: I might have been harsh, but this honestly looks VERY bad. It doesn't look like a program, more like a collection of exercises thrown in together randomly; some good, some bad, some useless.
Looks like something that was put together without much thought and mostly designed for "fear of missing out something".
Heck, I only do 3-4 strength exercises TOTAL (not per workout) plus the 2 olympic lifts. Same with all the peoples I train in person. But we train super hard on these. If we tried to do more, intensity and quality of effort would suffer. Why would it be different for you, who seem to be less experienced (thus have a body that doesn't tolerate training as well)?
Heck, some of the best gains in strength and size that I made, I was doing only 2 exercises total!!! Stop wondering about which exercises you could add to get more gains, instead find out how FEW exercises you can do but and gains size everywhere... but train those few exercises as hard as possible.