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Who Gains More From The Disgrace Of Bo Xilai? Hu Jintao or Wen Jiabao?


In China this week’s news report’s are in about Bo Xilai and Bo Jiantu seen here in the picture shaking hands, wearing red badges. In October last year the elections were Triumphant but from the position we are seeing a decline in what was promised before the elections were won. The standing committee are either well pleased or they are not the outcome of which is still yet to be determined.

This year the goals and projections about innovation and technology are being focused on and its these negotiations that may or may not win back the respect they are looking for from their home country China.

Gu Shua deepens the discussion more from Beijing by saying:
The Tibetans, Mongolians and Xinjiang Muslims would battle for independence. So democracy is off the table. So what does democratisation mean?
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