Anti-corruption Nacht der langen Messer in SHanxi province, CHina

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  1. badguy2000

    badguy2000 Respected Member Senior Member

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    On the night of June,30,1934, Hilter suppressed hundreds of opponents and challengers ,which is usually called Nacht der langen Messer.


    Now, when anti-corruption tide is sweeping Shanxi province, CHina, almost all local senior officials and CCP boss find they are on Nacht der langen Messer too...

    According to the reports, 4 of 13 province top CCP bosses, which are the members of Standing committee of the provincial party committee,have been arrested under the accusation of corruption .
    the top boss , Shanxi Provincial party committee secretary also has been replaced recently with a guy,which is famous for iron fist against currption.

    CCP's Commission for discipline inspection, the top anti-corruption administration in CHIna, has declared that " the whole officialdom in Shanxi province is accustomed to corruption".


    people believe that more senior officials in Shanxi provices will be investgated during the anti-corruption Nacht der langen Messer
     
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    badguy2000 Respected Member Senior Member

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    well,
    here is a introduction how CCP runs CHina....


    The politburo of CCP is the Board of CHina,which runs CHina. it usuall has about 2 dozen members and 7-9 standing members. the chief member of CCP's politburo is also the chief secretary of CCP and usually CHina's president.
    the 7-9 standing members of CCP's politburo are legally equal coleagues and each of them owns one vote when making decisions.
    So,it is CCP's politburo,instead of any indivivual, that collectively "dictators" CHina.



    as for provinc-level and county-level, local CCP also has its own Board, the Standing committee of the local party committee. such a standing committee usually also has about one dozen members and all members are named/sacked by its superior standing committee.
     

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