Monday, September 7, 2009

Party chief under public attack

Tensions in Urumqi, China has achieved in the Communist Party hierarchy, with the public demand for the resignation of the region's party boss.

Wang Lequan, party secretary in far-western Xinjiang Uighur region in 15 years, has come under attack from the ethnic majority, he was in Urumqi, thousands of them took to the streets to protest against a series of Stabbing Spray.
Party chief under public attack
Wang had previously been accused of poor response on July 5 ethnic riots between Muslim Uighurs and the Han Chinese, in which 197 people died.

The claim against the money comes as China prepares for 60th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic. Wang expects the government to ensure the Xinjiang ethnic discontent not destroy not the country's political stability, said Post.

The report said Wang and Chinese President Hu Jintao will remain allies. Wang is also a member of the powerful Politiburo.

Record analysts said it would be almost impossible to squeeze Wang from the party leadership. But government must also ensure Urumqi He inhabitants.

The government has already sacked the city party secretary and the regional police chief. Chinese authorities have said those found guilty of using harmful substances in needle attack would face punishment, including death.

Despite these measures, Post Hans says some do not seem to be compatible.

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