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  • Chinese Embassy spokesman Wang Baodong said the rule of law requires all parties — government agencies, social organizations and individuals — to "conduct business within the framework of the Chinese Constitution and relevant laws."

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  •  "There's of course room for improvement, and there's the phenomenon of failure to observe the law and miscarriages of justice," he said, "but China's determination to push forward the process of Chinese characterized democracy and rule of law is unswerving."

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