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  • 1. It cannot be denied that the marginalization of political opponents who were found to be corrupt has occurred under President X’s reign.
  • 2. See: http://www.china.com.cn/lianghui/news/2016-03/08/content_ 37972956.htm
  • 3. Ling had formed a “New Gang of Four” with Bo Xilai, Zhou Yongkang and Xu Caihou, a modern incarnation ofthe so-called counter-revolutionary clique whose real crime was deviating from the Party line and “standing on the wrong side.”
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