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Topic - Zhou Yongkang
One of China's most powerful security leaders is facing corruption charges, according to China analysts inside and outside the government.
Zhou Yongkang, China's most senior party security enforcer and one-time ally of Mr. Bo's, said during a training session for security officials in Beijing last week that all must closely follow Beijing's party line, according to reports from the region.