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China’s new path to democracy

(People's Daily Online)

09:48, November 10, 2012

What is the path to achieve democracy? Many developing countries are exploring, and many actively or passively become the "guinea pigs" of the Western democratic system, resulting in political instability, economic stagnation, and widespread poverty. A series of harsh reality tell us that it is a sign of maturity of a country to independently choose a new path to democracy that suits their national conditions.

On our new path to democracy, we want peaceful and stable democratic politics and do not want repeated violence or social unrest; we want unified and harmonious development of democracy and do not want national disruption or loose-sand-like disunity; we want prosperous development in the building of democracy and do not want economic stagnation or retrogression life; we want honest cadres, clean government, transparent politics and do not want corrupted officials or deteriorated government; we want absorption of the common achievements of civilization in human democratic political construction as well as combination with national actuality, and the persistent organic unity of the Party's leadership, the people's subjectivity, and the rule of law, and we do not want isolation or conservatism, or mechanical imitation.

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