Teaching Comparative Government and Politics

Monday, July 31, 2017

New stage of socialism in China?

But didn't Marx suggest that socialism was the ultimate development? Can it be that there are contradictions within socialism that promote more politial/economic evolution?

Xi says socialism with Chinese characteristics has entered new development stage
China's development is standing at a new historical starting point, and socialism with Chinese characteristics has entered a new development stage, President Xi Jinping has said.

Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, made the remarks at a workshop for provincial and ministerial officials…

The major achievements made in socialism with Chinese characteristics mean that the Chinese nation, which had experienced tribulations and hardships since modern times, has made a historic leap from standing-up to becoming better-off to getting stronger, Xi said.

The great achievements also mean that socialism has taken on a strong vitality in China and kept opening up new development horizons, he said.

The major achievements mean that socialism with Chinese characteristics has expanded the pathway to modernization for developing countries, thus providing Chinese wisdom and Chinese solutions to problems facing mankind, Xi said.

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