Local Committee of China Democracy Party (LCCDP) (Chinese: ??????????; pinyin: Zhongguó Mínzhu Dang Difang Weiyuanhui) is special committee of China Democracy Party (see List of Political Party) with the aim to start democratic reform from local government in the Peoples Republic of China. The party was banned by the Communist Party of China (CPC). The Local Committee of CDP was established by Zheng Cunzhu, a former student leader in Anhui province in 1989 and a secret CDP member in China since 2001. While the earliest date listed for the founding to be June 25, 1998, the group registered the party on June 28, 1998, when Bill Clinton was visiting China. Wang Youcai, one of the main activists during the 1989 Tiananmen protest along with Wang Donghai and Lin Hui went to the Civil Public Affair Hall of Hangzhou in Zhejiang Province to officially register this party. The registration was declined. The next day on June 29, 1998, Wang was arrested by the state police at his own home in front of his family members. He was charged with creating opposition against the Chinese government. His trial began on December 18, he had no lawyer defense, his trial lasted only a few hours. He was quickly sentenced on December 21, 1998, to 11 years of imprisonment and three years of deprivation of political rights for subversion.