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Deputy Governor of Shanxi Province Sacked, Poor Human Rights Record Exposed

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Deputy Governor of Shanxi Province Sacked, Poor Human Rights Record Exposed

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Liu Xinyun, deputy governor of northern China’s Shanxi province and director of the provincial public security department, is under investigation for “suspected serious violations of Party disciplinary rules and laws”—an oft-used euphemism for corruption in China, according to an April 9 notice by the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) top watch-dog agency. Public data shows that the 59-year-old sacked CCP official had a long history of high-ranking positions in the CCP’s political, police, and judicial systems. However, mounting evidence suggests Liu was a serious human rights offender by toeing the CCP’s line of persecuting Falun Gong practitioners, an ongoing nationwide campaign that began in July 1999. Falun Gong, also known as Falun Dafa, is an ancient Chinese spiritual practice known to relieve stress and increase energy. It consists of simple, slow-moving meditation exercises and teachings on incorporating the principles of truth, compassion, and forbearance in everyday life. From March 1999 to …

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  1. Rene Jones August 12, 2021

    Corrupt insiders are being rounded up in every country, especially china. I wouldn’t be shocked to hear that Xi and the bat lady tyranny are in the fetal position every day most of the day. Just speculating.

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