Sunday, February 2, 2014

Fwd: China

‘China expels journalists over stories of party's wealth


The latest expulsion of a U.S. reporter in China on Thursday shows how the new regime is far more worried about criticism of top leaders — especially when it comes to the amassing of wealth — than in the past…


China has sentenced to long terms Chinese citizens who called for an accounting of what the Communist Party owns…


Official corruption is one of China's hottest topics. The ruling Communist Party says it can handle the problem internally and refuses to allow public or independent supervision of government and party officials. Sunday, a Beijing court jailed rights activist Xu Zhiyong for four years for encouraging citizens to lobby for officials to disclose their assets.’


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