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Diplomats in Beijing talk about two sessions

Updated: 2015-03-05 13:47

Diplomats and counselor share their views on the government's fight against corruption, slowdown in economy and the Silk Road project.

Diplomats in Beijing talk about two sessions

Sasara Chasala George, Ambassador of Botswana.

Attending the session felt good, especially to see China's democracy in action.

We are impressed by China's anti-graft measures. We really want zero-tolerance approach on corruption. Senior officials are not immune to anti-graft rules.

Seven percent economic growth is reasonable for the country. China is not going slow, but stabilizing.

-- Sasara Chasala George

ambassador of Botswana

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