The procuratorate is using its supervisory power to go after officials who fail in their duties to prevent environmental and food safety accidents. The suggestion is that there is often a corrupt official behind such instances, but it could just as easily be that a head must roll when the public is unhappy with these highly prominent areas of social concern.
Posts published in February 2014
China's yearly report on the US Human rights record discussing issues of race relations, violent crime, poverty and personal privacy.
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