How Taiwan's elections challenge the power of China's Communist Party
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Taiwan's successful multiparty elections serve as a stark contrast to China's political system, fueling dissatisfaction among Chinese people.
Just 160km (100 miles) away on the other side of the narrow Taiwan Strait, the Communist Party of China (CPC) has ruled China since 1949, and though the party often claims that it governs a democratic state, there is no electoral process comparable with Taiwan's.
Chinese people, like entrepreneur Ken Cai, feel that they have never been allowed to choose their own leaders and dismiss the CPC's definition of democracy as mere propaganda.
The truth is that [mainland] Chinese people have never been allowed to choose their own leaders, Ken told Al Jazeera. That is just propaganda.
Read at www.aljazeera.com
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