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03-14-2012 15:56 BJT Special Report:2012 NPC & CPPCC Sessions |

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China’s annual political season has just wrapped up here in Beijing. For the past two weeks, the whole country has been focusing its attention on the intensive political debate surrounding some of the most fundamental questions and challenges facing this country. Among them, progress to Chinese democracy, and a clear timetable for future reforms - including political reform.

CCTV-News correspondent and host Tian Wei speaks to Zhao Qizheng, the spokesman for the 11th CPPCC National Committee. He’s known at home and abroad for his straightforwardness, but also as an advocate for greater transparency. He starts by explaining just how much work goes into preparing his annual press conference.

CCTV-News correspondent and host Tian Wei speaks to Zhao Qizheng, the spokesman for the
11th CPPCC National Committee.

CCTV-News correspondent and host Tian Wei speaks to Zhao Qizheng, the spokesman for the
11th CPPCC National Committee.

 

Editor:Zhang Dan |Source: CNTV.CN

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