採訪/唐睿 編輯/王子琦 後製/王明宇
Xi Jinping in power, Where is China Going?
People from all walks of life at home and abroad are focusing
on the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) 18th National Congress,
which is likely to debut in the next few weeks.
A lot of people imagine that Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao's reform
policy will soon be history after the 18th National Congress.
Having been through infighting and coming out on top in the end,
in which direction will the new CCP leadership take China?
Let』s take a look.
Now the CCP is facing internal and external situations
that are much more severe than in the past.
Whether it's economic, domestic or foreign affairs all areas
have issued alerts.
New allegations reveal that the CCP's seven member Standing
Committee candidates already have contingency plans,
but analysts believe that a power transfer at the 18th National
Congress is not optimistic.
Because it involves the intrigue of third core of Jiang Zemin,
Hu Jintao, Xi Jinping, plus Bo Xilai and Wang Lijun』s cases,
everything is made much more complex than usual.
Independent commentator Zhang Jian: "It seems that the
interests of all parties have been balanced,
but once an incident becomes a breaking point,
it will form a re-alignment of forces."
Wu Fan, current affairs special commentator, also pointed out
that even with the start of the 18th National Congress,
many problems still cannot be resolved.
Because of the political structure of the problem,
they will not be solved by replacing a few leaders.
Current affairs commentator Wu Fan: "Currently, they are
facing major conflicts, in order to maintain power, they need to balance all aspects.
They've taken so much money from the people of China;
so many conflicts cannot be resolved.
[Conflicts] accumulate and accumulate until the end, they erupt.
If someone expects to solve these problems in
the 18th National Congress, they are dreaming"
On the other hand, the so-called economic "myths" have
gradually been busted,
the various conflicts in society are gradually being revealed,
and even on a full-scale.
More than 8% economic growth rate, announced by the
official GDP data, which also has been difficult to achieve.
And all of these will be paid for by "Xi and Li』s new system".
Then, can Xi Jinping solve the problem of the sluggish economy?
What is the answer to China's economic plight?
Xie Tian, Professor at University of South Carolina, thinks that
it depends on Xi Jinping』s political initiatives when he grasps power.
Professor Xie Tian: "As we all know, China's economy
is caught in a very difficult situation.
The problem of overproduction has emerged in
many industries in China.
But the Communist Party continues to produce fake GDP.
So the money of stimulating the economy,
and now extreme waste and duplication of investment,
the root causes are the Communist Party's
Xie Tian pointed out that Xi Jinping must understand clearly
that the root of the economic standstill, import and export growth slowing,
inflation, and the increases in public grievances, is the CCP.
Xie Tian: "If Xi Jinping can realize that he should heed the
public』s will to dismiss the Communist Party, perhaps China's economic situation will be changed.
If he still maintains the rule of the Communist Party, the causes
of the economic hardship can not be discharged, and the Chinese economy can only go down."
In addition, regarding worldwide attention to the Bo Xilai event,
"World News" editorial pointed out that if Xi Jinping takes over
to deal with the political problem, any possibility of Bo's being re-enabled will be truncated.
Because of Bo reversing the verdict, it is tantamount to
negation of Xi Jinping.
However, the inner senior bucket of the CCP triggered by the
"Wang and Bo case", the core problem is the issue of Falun Gong,
has Xi Jinping enough courage to face it?
Zhang Jian believes that as long as someone understands
how evil the CCP is,
then he will not have illusions that the devil
will apologize to the persecuted people!
Zhang Jian: "Don』t have any illusions for the generation of
Hun Jintao and the elected leaders after the 18th national congress.
It is impossible. This illusion is unrealistic.
After 1949 the Chinese Communists killed tens of millions of
people, these innocent people will get justice.
How it can be only a few generations later,
and it renews China's thousands of years of civilization?
Will it subvert all the crimes they have committed? "
Of course, everything does not have a final conclusion.
However, the current Chinese Communist Party in power
perceived crisis in the so-called Golden Age,
who are perhaps more than 100 years ago,
the Qing government, more directly and urgently.