The Dark Heart of the Bo Xilai Case
Bo Xilai will soon face trial for corruption under the glare of an international media spotlight. Late last month, China's Communist Party formally expelled him after an internal investigation and turned him over to the judicial authorities for criminal prosecution.
Across the country, government departments are holding up Bo's case for study. We can only hope that it will have a positive, far-reaching influence on the fight against graft and act as a deterrent to other officials.
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