Closer Look: Bo Xilai Trial Illustrates How Businessmen Infiltrate Officials' Lives
(Beijing) – A five-day hearing and timely updates on the microblog of the Intermediate People's Court in Jinan, in the eastern province of Shandong, provided a rough picture of the complicated Bo Xilai case.
Many people said the open trial showed unprecedented transparency and was progress for the judiciary. More importantly, however, the Bo case offered a precious lesson for anti-corruption efforts.
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