No man an island – China warns against straying from party path
The party under Xi's leadership has repeatedly warned that it will not tolerate dissenting voices, and the official People's Daily struck a firm note in pressing home that message against a phenomenon it termed "de-centralism".
By: Reuters | Beijing | Published: December 22, 2017 2:02 pm
Xi has also gone after competing power bases by jailing opponents for corruption, including the powerful former domestic security chief Zhou Yongkang and the popular one-time party boss of Chongqing, Bo Xilai. (File)
Members of China’s ruling Communist Party have a duty to follow orders from the central leadership lest the country stray into anarchy, the country’s top newspaper wrote on Friday, warning against those who put themselves above the party. President Xi Jinping has amassed power since taking office five years ago, tightening party control over all aspects of life and locking up rights activists and dissidents on subversion charges.
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