CCP’s shaky definition of Democracy in China proves how things have changed since March 2020
by Vikrant Thardak
October 19, 2021
The year 2020 has witnessed a radical shift in the discourse revolving around the political system in the People’s Republic of China. By asserting its claims of being a democratic country, the Chinese authorities have tried to impede the budding anti-China alliance of global democracies. China touting itself as a democratic country simply illustrates a key idea that remains largely overlooked by the international press—the Chinese masses are increasingly aspiring for a democratic setup at home.