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These devilish details
The devil sits in details, Canchin ,and in the will.|
It is very true , that if a party of negotiations comes to a form of agreement with another, but still keeps the control over the matters - the result is superficial i.e. "formally" all or majority of agreements are done , but only to the words - not to the spirit and original ideas.
This is how the things go in many countries. It depends on this mindset of how much people weight their words. Or are folks of a kind that can make a gentleman agreement , or not.
You can argue with a counter partner and come to a modus vivendi , to a final conclusion shared by everybody and start feel happy.
We agreed to make a car.
And after the while you see that there is a car - as in the agreement - but the car has triangle wheels = for no use= the agreement is fulfilled up to the written words , but not up to the spirit.
This is how it is in many countries [( ;-)].
I've read all thread from top to bottom and this time your article TWICE.
There is one very serious flaw in the solutions line you are thinking of.
Please do understand , that in the countries , where the group of people has all-power-in-hand there is no bllody chance to have any faith in poll counting.
Look what the situation is like in countries , which have multiparty systems. Even there we see frauds, unclear miracles, and that kind of stories. When there are folks from different groups looking at each other hands - it is still not as perfect as we wished.
You can of course try to tell us ,that chinese are the unique species on this planet and such things like cheating never crosses their minds , because of 5000years , Confucius and God know what else.
The truth is , what it is , you 've been here long enough - no need to tell the priest how to pray.
The transparence of voting and counting the voices is one of the key factors. In the country where for decades the interest of the par ty was identified with the interest of the nation and the interest of the state ,and where words against par ty line has been treated as as state treason - it is unlikely to change it in less than two generations time.
It is good idea to start implementation of elements of democracy at the village level. A good description of how things practically go I found in Xinhua web site about 2 months ago. It was description of "irregularities" during democratic voting in the town of Yiyang in Hunan.
Things were going bananas in the bright day light. Those who were making "irregularities" did not bother that it was open ripping and tearing apart the basic characteristics of voting. They had no any single cell in their brains , that this can have any repercussions later. The arrogance and treatment of people as a herd of stupid******** is by far worse than you can see in the most modern city of Shenzhen. Unfortunatelly Chi na is not only Shenzhen.
I do not believe in any crap , no matter which country it concerns, that a monogroup is decent enough to make fair things when it comes to who holds the power.
I prefer Cinderella and Pinocchio for a fairy tails.