Xu Lin, vice-minister of the publicity department of the Communist Party’s Central Committee, holds up a copy of the white paper on democracy released last week, at a press conference in Beijing on December 4. Photo: AP
Xu Lin, vice-minister of the publicity department of the Communist Party’s Central Committee, holds up a copy of the white paper on democracy released last week, at a press conference in Beijing on December 4. Photo: AP
Liu Guangyuan
Opinion

Opinion

Liu Guangyuan

China is proud of its own democracy, and wants no part of the flawed US model

  • China’s whole-process democracy seeks to meet people’s wish for a better life, and the country’s achievements speak for themselves
  • The US ‘democracy’ summits are a farce, given their lack of appreciation of national conditions elsewhere and respect for other people’s choices

Xu Lin, vice-minister of the publicity department of the Communist Party’s Central Committee, holds up a copy of the white paper on democracy released last week, at a press conference in Beijing on December 4. Photo: AP
Xu Lin, vice-minister of the publicity department of the Communist Party’s Central Committee, holds up a copy of the white paper on democracy released last week, at a press conference in Beijing on December 4. Photo: AP
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