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nnnnn china's stock market may be in a serious state of flux but if you're following presidency campaign schedule you wouldn't know it these at the summit in russia and so far both he and the premier li ka cheong have stayed very quiet on the slump that is wiping out people's life savings reuters china correspondent bend limb has been speaking to sources close to the beijing elite portrays leadership on the stock market slump , silence may suit the politicians but it's definitely not the answer for many of the mom and pop investors who do more than eighty percent of the buying and selling on the chinese market so people will see this as a locker for commitment where they're not committed enough to all rescued a market but a lot of these on stock market investors , or elderly people pensioners , who have invested their life savings and of course the awesome of been contemplating suicide some have been you know are really are disappointed or frustrated and i think the government should do more little government this in the following right if it doesn't do anything it'll be criticized , if it does too much of the criticize , so it's the arm it's a very it's a dilemma for the gulf , one way to party is revving up people support is through the tightly controlled media this column in the people's daily says where the market goes depends on your confidence in the country and the message from the global times the government must win and will win