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Bo Xilai scandal accelerates China’s democracy progress

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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--095107 2012年4月17日 (二) 23:28 (UTC)


In March, Bo Xilai was dismissed from the position of Chongqing’s top official and the Chinese Community Party’s Central Committee. Afterwards his wife, Gu Kailai was (caught-arrested?) last week as she was suspected of murdering a Britain businessman Neil Heywood last year.


Heywood who was known to be close with Bo’s family, especially with Gu and their son, Bo Guagua. According to the Chinese official Xinhua news, their relationships turned bad after they had conflict over economic interests.


“Honestly, I heard a lot of rumours about Bo’s scandal, yet I could not disclose any unconfirmed information to the public,” said Liu Weizhong, Chief Editor of Bauhinia Magazine, in an assembly in Shue Yan University on Tuesday, April 17, 2012.


Liu admitted that he has a lot of “friends” in Beijing, yet he has not heard any confirmed news about the homicide yet. “I would say I cannot comment on whether Bo’s wife is guilty or not at the moment,” said Liu.


Liu believed (that) “Bo’s disgrace might bring some effects to the Chinese government.” Yet, he claimed that (the way how) the government handled this scandal indicated that China is becoming more democratic and lawful.


All in all, Liu affirmed that no matter how the Chinese government changes, it would not affect the attitude of Bauhinia Magazine. “We will always stick to the principle of one country two systems,” Liu said.

Very nice, the story's layout is clear, with each new point building from the last. Keep up the good work!
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