Hu’s purge for both power and purity – John Ng

From the Asia Times:

Foreign China-watchers tend to see Hu’s anti- efforts in a political light as part of an ongoing power struggle against the legacy of former president Jiang Zemin and his , of which the fallen Chen was a member. On the other hand, ordinary people in China see Hu’s housecleaning simply as an effort to make China a better country with the restoration of social justice. In reality, viewing the campaign from both sides provides a more complete picture.

From the power-struggle point of view, it can be concluded that by sacking Chen, Hu has gained the upper hand over the Shanghai Gang backed by Jiang. [Full text]

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