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China will be more democratic and nomistic

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--095176 2012年4月17日 (二) 22:45 (UTC)


China will be more democratic and nomistic [Nomistic?]


Recently, China has had a turbulent regime. Bo Xi Lai, the CCP leadership was pulled to step down. President and Chief Editor of Bauhinia Magazine Liu Wei Zhong thinks that the issue is good for China, “It is a sign showing that China is moving to democratization and legalization, and it will be the major characteristics of the future political development,” said Liu when attending the seminar held by the Hong Kong Shue Yan University this afternoon.


Liu has received a lot of information about Wang Li Jun and Bo Xi Lai. He pointed out that some of them were confirmations but some were simply guessed by him. “I know a lot but I can’t open them to the public nor publish them in the Bauhinia Magazine,” he said.


As the Chinese government dealt properly with the Bo Xi Lai issue, Liu believes that the politics in China is becoming more democratic and he will be more convinced by the law of China. He gave examples of China in 60s and 80s to prove that.


“In those times, things are controlled by the government in many aspects politically. Now, China is not treated as a third world country but a super power with lots of potential for further development. China’s politics will become as democratic as other well-developed countries in the future,” he said.


Liu also predicted the relationship between China and Hong Kong. He commented that Hong Kong and mainland are at a gradual change in terms of international level, “In the past, Hong Kong was always superior to mainland, but under the rapid development of the economy in mainland, mainland’s level is similar to Hong Kong now,” he said.


Under the "One country, two systems" policy, Hong Kong's economy, democracy and finance are basically shared with the mainland. Liu said a lot of money in Hong Kong is actually come from China. Nowadays Hong Kong people always vacation in China, which is impossible to happen in the past. Liu hoped that Hong Kong and mainland would strengthen their exchanges, so that they can reach a "win-win" situation.

[How is china becoming more democratic? This seems to be a central part of your article, but you never directly address or answer that questions.]

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