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By returning to goodness, the nation can achieve greatness once again
Topic - Jean-Pierre Cabestan
China's new leader Xi Jinping is highlighting corruption as a scourge that could bring down the Communist Party, though he has yet to offer any specific new proposals to stop it.
China's new leader is highlighting corruption as a scourge that could bring down the Communist Party, though he has yet to offer any specific new proposals to stop it.
And that new role is more a "consolation prize" than a true position of power, said Jean-Pierre Cabestan, an authority on Chinese politics at Hong Kong Baptist University, in The Guardian.
Mr. Xi's language was unusually direct for a top leader, indicating his seriousness about the problem, but his speech gave few indications of how the party could better police itself, said Jean-Pierre Cabestan, a political scientist at Hong Kong Baptist University.