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Loyalty to the Party

T
op politics and current affairs news for January 19, 2017. Part of the daily SupChina news roundup "China might not buy your hotel, casino, or soccer club."
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Jeremy Goldkorn

  • China says police and judges need absolute loyalty to party / Reuters
    This week, government statements and state media have emphasized ideological purity and loyalty to the Communist Party from media, educational institutions, and the judiciary. The latest call for loyalty goes out to the police: Reuters reports on a statement released by the official Xinhua News Agency on Wednesday, which calls on law enforcement and judicial officials to have “clear political beliefs” and “stay absolutely loyal to the party.”

By Jeremy Goldkorn
Jeremy Goldkorn is co-founder of the Sinica Podcast and currently edits SupChina and its daily newsletter.
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