China the greatest threat? Look beyond democracy!

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    Two Sessions, or Lianghui, the annual gatherings of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) and the National People’s Congress (NPC), are being held in Beijing from March 4 to March 11. This is the biggest event on the country’s political calendar. With many issues being discussed, the event offers outsiders a good chance to see democracy and rule of law at work in China’s political system. CGTN anchor Zou Yue argued that democracy is not a done deal but an ongoing experiment that requires nations to keep learning and make changes accordingly. Any system is created by humans for the benefit of humans. And the Chinese political system is still evolving.

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