SCMP says in its report today titled “Graft-fighters’ suicides linked to pressure of Xi’s corruption crackdown”, “A spate of recent suicides by local anti-graft and judiciary officials may be linked to a sweeping crackdown on corruption launched by new Communist Party boss Xi Jinping, analysts say.”
Before Xi Jinping’s blitz against corruption, the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) said a lot about the threat of corruption to its survival, and had made great efforts against corruption, but corruption had grown from bad to worse, because there had been no real battle against corruption.
Now the CCP has a new leader who has won the support of all powerful elders and who emphasises “Making empty talk is harmful to the nation, while doing practical jobs can help it thrive.”
Xi’s thundering actions in closing all the black jails established by local governments to detain petitioners and informers, and set…
View original post 739 more words