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Bo’s downfall signals China’s shift towards democracy

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Liu Weizhong, President and Chief Editor of Bauhinia Magazine, which focuses on reporting political issues in Mainland China and Hong Kong, said that China is moving towards democracy after the taken down of former Chongqing party chief Bo Xilai from China’s political stage.

By Cassandra Guo April 17, 2012



Liu said that it can be foreseen that China is going through democratization and legalization as the way the central government [what was done and hos does that show this?] is handling the Bo Xilai scandal. He described the scandal as “very sensitive” so that he couldn’t comment on it. “Although there are a lot of inside scoops about the scandal, those cannot be verified at the moment,” said Liu.


According to some newspaper’s commentary, former Chongqing party chief tried to wipe out all the dissidents by advocating the “red” style of autocratic management, sometimes even by adopting illegal means. It was also suggested that Premier Wen Jiabao in his statement “if political revolution is not carrying out successfully, the tragedy of cultural revolution might be reproduced”, is actually satirizing the Chongqing style of “extremely left” management. [Not sure what ythis has to do with anything]


Meanwhile, Liu said that although the whole story of Bo’s scandal is still remain unknown, one thing can be sure by now is that Gu Kailai, Bo’s wife, is involved in the death of British businessman, Neil Heywood. Liu said that Bo has already breached the discipline by turning a blind eye on his wife’s engagement in the murder. Liu believes that the undergoing investigation of Bo and his wife is a signal showing that China is moving towards democracy.

[How is democratization occuring? There are no conrete mentions of this very important fact.]

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