The Guangdong Province party chief chose a hardline crackdown in Wukan to improve personal chances at rising politically, say top inside sources
This month's crackdown on protests in China's Wukan village was ordered by the provincial leader under pressure to prove his mettle ahead of a pivotal Communist Party congress next year where he could reach the top table of power in China, sources close to the leadership say.
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