The International Forum on Democracy is now in its second phase, with topics focused on the development and innovation of a model of democracy.

Wang Huiyao, president of the Center for China and Globalization, said China has adapted a democracy suited to its situation.

Wang said that China’s rapid economic development has led to the emergence of three types of democracy, which are based on talent, market diversification and technological access. He added that better education, market diversification and technological access have broadened China’s model of democracy.

Dzmitry Smaliakou, professor at the Belarusian National Academy of Sciences, said access to education is essential for a nation developing values ​​such as democracy.

“In previous eras, progress has been achieved through violence; in the modern world, it is achieved exclusively through universal education which cultivates the creative, innovative and researching qualities of a person. It is worth understanding and accepting a fairly simple idea that without modern education there can be no development of social values, including democracy or human rights, ”said Smaliakou.

Different systems of democracy can be reconciled when there is respect and a willingness to learn from the best practices of each nation, said Evandro Carvolho, professor at the Getulio Vargas Foundation in Brazil.

“The democratization of the international system depends on respecting the characteristics of each country. Also, the choice is made by their respective peoples,” Carvolho added. “But the democratization of the international system will have greater benefits if it is based on learning from the successful experiences of each country without ideological prejudices.”

Meanwhile, securing the fruits of true democracy, such as prosperity for all, can only be achieved if developing countries stand united against vested interests, whether of a military or commercial nature, Zhang said. Weiwei, director of the Chinese Fudan Institute. University. “It is only with unity that we can have prosperity for all and world prosperity.”