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How the world sees the Communist Party of China


07-01-2016 10:22 BJT

Full coverage: 95 years of glory

The Communist Party of China has brought about dramatic development in China's social construction, poverty alleviation and legislation construction. Marking the special occasion, CCTVNEWS international correspondents spoke to world leaders and scholars to get their views on on the CPC.

"We have seen China launch ambitious reforms on supply-side and many other aspects. We are happy to see China moving towards an innovation-oriented economy. Frankly speaking, a country's natural resources are limited, and innovation is the way out. So I think China is heading in the right direction," Professor Zheng Yongnian with East Asian Inst., National University of Singapore, said.

"I think the most important thing is the vision which has been given by the communist party leadership -- especially now by General Secretary Xi. The vision of the One Belt-One Road linking the silk road land route with the maritime silk road. It's all about corridors, culture and connectivity. Connectivity to promote cooperation in energy, economy, environment, education through ports and pipelines, roads and rail links. And I think this new regionalism -- which the Communist Party of China is promoting under the One Belt-One Road initiative -- is what is the requirement of Asia in the 21st century," Mushahid Hussain Sayed, chairman of Parliamentary Committee, China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, said.

"Throughout the years of struggle we’ve been working very close. They got their freedom much earlier than we did and they provided a lot of support to liberation movements in the region at the time... what is important is that the Communist movement in the world supported liberation movement in the African continent a great deal. The Communist Party of China can’t be reduced as just one of them. It has played a massive role in ensuring that Africa. We have been working with them over a period of time even post liberation we’ve been working with them," Gwede Mantashe, secretary general of African National Congress, South Africa, said.

"I think it has made remarkable achievement, just look at how....." Chairman of The 48 Group Club Stephen Perry said.

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