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Chinese Model of Development Pushes Mutual Cooperation | Roundtable Discussion

By Muhammad Zamir AssadiINDEPENDENT PAKISTAN NEWS AGENCY|Oct 28,2022

The speakers in a roundtable discussion said that the Chinese development model based on a socialist system encourages cooperation, mutual learning, and peaceful development.

The Islamabad Institute of Conflict Resolution (IICR) organized a roundtable discussion on ‘China’s 20th National Congress: To Prosperity and Beyond’ recently. The roundtable continued IICR’s Round table discussion based on the Chinese National Congress.

The eminent speakers included Prof. Dr. Zhou Rong and Prof. Engr. Zameer Ahmed Awan, Dr. Tahir Mumtaz Awan, Dr. George I.H. Cooke, Mr. Shakeel Ahmad Ramay. The session was moderated by Ms. Sabah Aslam, Founder of IICR. (Photo provided to iChongqing)

Speaking to an audience from China, Prof. Zhou Rong said that the western social setup is deteriorating with the ever-increasing wealth gap. Whereas the Chinese model of development based on a socialist system encourages cooperation, mutual learning, and peaceful development.

Furthermore, Prof. Rong added that the Chinese development model is indigestible for the west, which is engaged in massive propaganda against China and its leadership.

Adding further, he said that the west is leading an organized campaign against China to hinder its progress.

The next speaker on the panel was Prof. Engr. Zameer Ahmed Awan highlighted the effectiveness of the CPC for Chinese development. Prof. Ahmed said China contributes to the world economy with its shared progress ideology.

It silently worked on organizing its internal dynamics and then aspired to lead the world. Adding further, he said that the world is acknowledging the Chinese progress, whereas the west feel threatened by it.

The key to the Chinese socio-economic miracle lies in people’s trust in its leadership. People trust president Xi and support his ideology.

Dr. Tahir Mumtaz described the Chinese socialist model, the backbone of Chinese progress, and its global footprint. Dr. Mumtaz said that China is pursuing socialist modernization by integrating Chinese characteristics into the country.

Adding further, he said that China is comprehensively working on human development at home and abroad, and there is a lesson for countries in it.

Discussing lessons for Pakistan, Dr. Mumtaz said that Pakistan should learn and implement the Chinese development model, and Pakistan needs to move ahead from the subsidiary issues it is facing.

Joining from Sri Lanka, Dr. George I.H. Cooke discussed China’s foreign policy and multilateralism. Dr. Cooke said that China’s role in all international organizations is significant.

Adding further, he said that China has positively contributed to the global organization politically and financially. Dr. Cooke further highlighted the importance of regional organization and its Chinese role.

The last speaker on the panel was Mr. Shakeel Ramay, who talked about Challenges to China and CPC.

Speaking to the audience, Mr. Ramay said that the biggest challenge to China is to counter the Xi-Phobia of the west. West is propagating an organized campaign against President Xi to paint him in every negative way possible.

Furthermore, he said that China would have to counter propaganda against China as a whole.

While talking about CPC, Mr. Ramay said there is a need for reforms in CPC in the coming years because China has to play a significant and complicated role in the coming years.

It is already changing significantly with the inclusion of more professionals in the central committee and CPC.

(Muhammad Zamir Assadi is a special correspondent of the Independent Pakistan News Agency.)

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