Ai Weiwei: China protests will not shake government

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HISTORY: Demonstrators have taken to the streets of Shanghai, Beijing and other cities in recent days to demonstrate against the severe COVID-19 measures and restrictions on freedoms, a display of civil disobedience unprecedented since President Xi took power.
Ai said the protests are unlikely to continue - not only because the security forces would repress those who spoke out, but also because the protesters themselves lack organization and leadership.
"There's no clear political agenda, so it's very easy to just arrest them and move on," Ai told Reuters, adding that there were other "political demands" in 1989 when a bloody crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in and around Tiananmen Square in Beijing.
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"Even if something happens (on) the scale of Hong Kong or 1989, it won't shake the government (yet)," he added.
Asked if China needs someone to lead a protest movement, Ai said nobody can do it because the country doesn't have a "political environment."
"For 70 years they have been purging any people, intellectuals or media who can ask any question."
The protests in China were triggered last week by a fire in the Xinjiang region that killed ten people who were locked in their homes. Protesters said lockdown measures were partly to blame, although officials denied it.

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