The municipal revolution in China: the rumor or truth?

The coup d'etat in China: rumors or truth?

As reported by "Rosbalt", Beijing is filled with rumors of a coup d'etat organized by supporters of Bo Xilai, fired a high-ranking bureaucrat. It is reported by the British newspaper "Financial Times", and it, in turn, quotes the website «InoPressa».

As the journalist Jamil Anderlini, last Thursday Bo Xilai, powerful representative Administration of China, was fired — and from then on the general public and municipal bureaucrats reside "in limbo": waiting to turn "thrilling political saga."

Need to see that the Chinese media was curtly told to dismiss Bo Xilai, even without mentioning the reasons.

This has given rise to a variety of informational speculations that the Web — the car and the small cart. For example, on March 19, rumors spread around the world … a military coup. Its as if organized Zhou Yongkang, an ally of the dismissed Bo Xilai.

The mysterious source with ties to the security of China said that Zhou Yongkang "in a certain way under control." The same secret source said that BO Xilai placed under house arrest, and his wife is suspected of corruption and is under investigation.

Recall that Xilai, last person previously held in China campaign to glorify the communist past of the country, as brutal fighter against organized crime, before stated his desire to join the Constant Committee of the Politburo of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China.

It was predicted to place in a number of Chinese favorites, as some political analysts have even called him the future control of the PRC. And he Xilai, last manager of the Communist Party in Chongqing, made no secret political ambitions.

In October 2012, China begin the process of transfer of power that takes place every 10 years. Many believe that the vice-president Xi Jinping will take over the chairmanship — instead of Hu Jintao and Prime Minister of the Municipal Council of China Wen Jiabao will relinquish his seat Vice Premier Li Keqiang.

In the near future China into conflict between the authorities and the citizens. The reasons for this are controversial excavation, crop failure, and ethnic clashes. All of this — very sharp problem for the ruling Communist Party.

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