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CPC not pursuing a road of tyranny - scholar
Updated: 2005-11-23 09:06

He went on to say that at the heart of its policies, the CPC seeks peace in relations with other nations, harmony at home and reconciliation across the Taiwan Strait.

Pertaining to the form of democracy, Zheng said "macro-democracy" without legal constraints could only bring disasters to the Chinese people. On the other hand, he explained, an improved democratic system with diversified forms of democracy and enhanced and orderly public participation in political affairs will bring benevolence and happiness to the people.

The entirely different roads taken by the two Communist Parties stemmed from different perspective views on the nature of socialism, different historical and cultural traditions and different perspectives of and actions taken concerning the aspirations of the nations and their people.

"The CPC holds socialism involves the development of productivity at home and promotion of peace in foreign relations", said Zheng. "The long-standing Chinese historical and cultural traditions, in the view of the CPC, advocates harmony, harmony while reserved differences, honesty, amity, treating neighboring nations kindly and friendly, and the philosophy of 'not to impose upon others what you would not like others to impose upon you.'"

The CPC considers what its nation and people aspire is absolutely to shake off poverty, make the nation prosperous and strong, realize national rejuvenation, achieve social harmony and bring happiness to the people, said Zheng.

After going through many disasters and untold miseries in history, the Chinese nation has been pursuing two major goals: safeguarding national sovereignty and territorial integrity; and realizing development and modernization.

"The power of the CPC comes precisely from its steadfast push of the two major goals," said Zheng.

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