Beijing’s Corruption Purge May Serve Political Ends – Susan Jakes

 2006 09 26 Foto-(37307)-Copia Legnostorto Multimedia Foto Articoli Cinahu Jintao Wideweb  430X290 From TIME.com:

The extent of the corruption purge thus far may mean Hu has overpowered Jiang Zemin and his allies. But it could also mean that the two leaders have reached a truce, a negotiated a consensus between factions whose differences may have been more about personal loyalties than they are about political philosophy.

Observers expect many more tantalizing clues in the months ahead about what might be happening behind closed doors, but no definitive answer. For now, China’s leaders are still too good at keeping secrets. [Full Text]

October 29, 2006 7:10 AM
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