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China is on the road of democracy

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HONGKONG – APR 17 – The recent incident about Chinese politician Bo Xilai and his wife, Gu Kailai, has aroused great concerns in China. Liu Wei Zhong, chief editor of Bauhinia Magazine said at a university assembly that China will become more democratic after the Bo(’s-omit) incident.


“After the Bo’s incident, the political system of China is becoming more democratic and legalized,” he said. (this quote is already summarized up top, either add descriptive detail missing from first paragraph or omit quote, or use a different one)


In March 2012, former CPC Chongqing Committee Secretary, Bo Xilai, was removed all his party posts pending investigation for “serious discipline violations” (and-as) his wife was suspected of killing a British businessman, Neil Heywood.


“There are many comments on Bo Xilai’s scandal and I don’t know how many of those are right and how many are wrong,” Liu said.


Although Liu pointed that the only affirmed point is that Gu has (offended a crime?) and Bo has to bear great responsibilities in this incident, he believed that the arrest of Bo drives China on the road of democracy.


Liu also used some small villages, such as Wukan Village, in the mainland as an example. “People in those villages can vote for their representative today, which is a sign showing that China is moving to democratization and legalization,” he said. Good!

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China is on its way to democracy

HONGKONG – APR 17 – The recent incident about Chinese politician Bo Xilai and his wife, Gu Kailai, has aroused great concerns in China. Liu Wei Zhong, chief editor of Bauhinia Magazine said at a university assembly that China will become more democratic after the Bo incident.


In March 2012, former CPC Chongqing Committee Secretary, Bo Xilai, was removed all his party posts pending investigation for “serious discipline violations” as his wife was suspected of killing a British businessman, Neil Heywood.


“There are many comments on Bo Xilai’s scandal and I don’t know how many of those are right and how many are wrong,” Liu said.


Although Liu pointed that the only affirmed point is that Gu has been suspected of killing a British merchant and Bo has to bear great responsibilities in this incident, he believed that the arrest of Bo drives China on the road of democracy.


Liu also used some small villages, such as Wukan Village, in the mainland as an example. “People in those villages can vote for their representative today, which is a sign showing that China is moving to democratization and legalization,” he said.

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