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China News Broadcast, November 8, 2012: Hu Jintao's Empty Calls for Reform

Chinese leader Hu Jintao warns the problem of corruption could be fatal to the Communist Party. Hu pledged political reform, but analyst say that unless the Communist Party gives up its single-party rule, there will be no real reform. 2012-11-08 05:33 PM EST

In today’s NTD China News, Chinese leader Hu Jintao warns the problem of corruption could be fatal to the Communist Party. Hu pledged political reform during Thursday's opening of the 18th Party Congress, but analyst say that unless the Communist Party gives up its single-party rule, there will be no real reform.


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