What Does the Future Look Like With China’s Future “Leader” Xi
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News about the struggle for democracy in China. China is not a democracy. According to Freedom House, the "CCP has a monopoly on political power and its Politburo Standing Committee (PSC) sets government and party policy". As the world's biggest population, democracy in China is vital for our collective future. Also check out our section on World Democracy or our articles on notable opponents of the government Ai Weiwei and Che Guangcheng.
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