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For more on the drunk driving draft amendment, we're now joined by Professor Wang Chenguang, from the Law School at Tsinghua University.

Why criminal law makes a difference

1: Regulations to punish improper behaviors like drunk driving and street racing already exist. What will be different if these statutes are incorporated into the nation's criminal law?

Proper ways to punish drunk driving

2: There are two opinions on how to make this draft into a law. One is to punish those who pose threats to others while driving, and the other is to punish those who have inflicted casualties through dangerous driving. What's your opinion?

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