CPC leadership is the key to China's rapid development

Source:CCTV.com 07-03-23 09:18 Updated BJT
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On the topics of China's 2023 Two Sessions, the National People's Congress (NPC) and the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), CCTV.com launches its special series "Global Views on Two Sessions," in which renowned experts from China, Britain, the US, Brazil, and Pakistan will share their in-depth perspectives on China's economic outlook, the whole-process people's democracy, Chinese modernization, rural vitalization, and common prosperity. 

CPC leadership is the key to China's rapid development

Zafar Uddin Mahmood, former Special Envoy for China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), first came to China as a student in 1976. Having a special bond with China in the past 47 years, he has witnessed some fundamental changes that have been taking place in China. 

An old friend of China, Zafar spoke highly of China's rapid development over the past decades and explained the reasons in an interview with CCTV.com. 

First, he attributes China's rapid socioeconomic development to the leadership of the Communist Party of China (CPC). He believes The CPC has undertaken the responsibility and performed well to improve the livelihood of the people. On the other note, the commitment and passion of every Chinese also matter. Chinese people trust the Party's leadership and support the policies made by the country's law-makers.

China's development is going to benefit every individual

Zafar has travelled extensively in China. His footprints have covered Tibet Autonomous Region, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region and provinces such as Guizhou and Hunan. He has observed China's coordinated regional development and how the country implemented reforms step by step. He has come to the conclusion that the China's development and Chinese modernization is going to benefit not just the few, but every Chinese individual. 

"China has introduced reforms step by step. Chinese policymakers have worked out policies and development plans which are most suitable to Chinese conditions and make modifications to them in order to adapt to the ever-changing conditions and people's demands. It is a totally new concept China has done it step by step, and I see it is a modernization with Chinese characteristics. China, instead of following one country or another, has created its own development plan, and we could see the results today," Zafar said.

Editor: Zhoufujing
07-03-23 09:18 BJT
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