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China's former military chief confesses to graft

Earlier, Gen Xu Caihou, the former Vice Chairman of CMC, was stripped of all ranks and faced trial. But he died of cancer last year. BEIJING: China's former military chief Gen Guo Boxiong, who has been charged with taking USD 2.3 million worth of bribes, has ... Economic Times, 1 month ago

Senior Chinese Army Officials' Fall from Grace due to Political Errors

BEIJING - The fall from grace of former senior officials of the Chinese army, Guo Boxiong and Xu Caihou, is more on account of "political errors" than "notorious corruption" although it was the second reason given by the authorities for their ...
 Latin American Herald Tribune10 hours ago Former senior Chinese army general to be tried for corruption  Equities.com1 month ago

Top aide of ex-Chinese prez charged with graft, abuse of power

Beijing: A close aide of former Chinese president Hu Jintao was Friday charged with taking bribes, illegally obtaining state secrets and abuse of power as the high-profile anti-graft campaign launched by President Xi Jinping targeted major power ...
 Navhind Times1 week ago Hu Jintao's aide accused of corruption  The Hindu1 week ago China Accuses Ex-Presidential Aide of Bribery, Secrets Theft  Bloomberg1 week ago

Academic Sources: Victor Shih at the Journal of East Asian Studies on Chinese Elites

With the 7 th Party Congress coming to a close, some of the most significant outcomes are likely to relate to promotions and demotions rather than to the policy record, which was predictably disappointing . But how to study such elite circulation? ...
 Peterson Institute for International Economics2 weeks ago

Anti-graft squads sent to theater com...

Military corruption involves trading of ranks, embezzlement China's Central Military Commission (CMC) is assigning anti-graft inspectors to different theater commands and key military departments, where they would for the first time be accountable ...
 SINA2 weeks ago Chinese Army Sends Anti-Graft Squads Sent to Theater Commands  Defense-Aerospace2 weeks ago

China's military deploys inspectors

BEIJING (Reuters): China's military has for the first time sent dedicated teams of corruption inspectors into its units, state media said on Thursday, following a practice already established for civilian departments as part of President Xi ...
 Frontier Post2 weeks ago Inspection teams to cover all of military  China Economic Net3 weeks ago Military anti-graft inspectors fanning out  Shanghai Daily3 weeks ago China's military deploys its first corruption inspectors  Yahoo! India3 weeks ago
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China sends more anti-graft inspectors into military

China Military. PHOTO: China has sent a new wave of inspectors into its military to crack down on corruption, state media said Friday, as Communist chief Xi Jinping seeks to impose his authority on the People's Liberation Army. Ten ...
 The Guardian Nigeria2 weeks ago

Chinese military launches purification drive to combat graft

BEIJING: The Chinese military has launched "purification" campaign to combat corruption in the 2.3- million-strong army by deploying anti-graft teams to different command centres. Ten new anti-corruption teams were posted to departments, theatre ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago

Xi Jinping Becomes Military Commander-in-chief

Chinese leader Xi Jinping was named commander-in-chief of the Joint Command Headquarters (JCH) of the Central Military Commission (CMC) on April 20. Xi also visited the centre as commander-in-chief for the first time, which caused concern.
 Epoch Times2 weeks ago China's Xi Jinping Announces His New Military Title  Latin American Herald Tribune1 month ago China's President Xi steps out with a new military title and the uniform to match  Business Insider1 month ago

Xi Jinping follows providence by calling for religious freedom

A marathon movement to fight for religious freedom kicked off on April 25, 1999 at Zhongnanhai, the central headquarters for the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), when over 10,000 practitioners of the Falun Gong spiritual discipline made a peaceful ...
 Epoch Times2 weeks ago
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