Published on Mar 14, 2012
一天前看似溫文儒雅的溫家寶在報導兩會中外記者面前高調斥責薄熙來， 一日後， 就派自己的左右手張德江駐紮蜀中重地重慶， 似有穩固地盤的用意。
Bo Xilai (simplified Chinese: 薄熙来; traditional Chinese: 薄熙來; pinyin: Bó Xīlái; born in Beijing, July 1949) is a member of the Politburo of the Communist Party of China, and was the Communist Party of China (CPC) Chongqing Committee Secretary, first-in-charge of the Western interior municipality, from 2007 to 2012. Between 2004 and November 2007 he was minister of commerce of the People's Republic of China.
Bo Xilai is the son of Bo Yibo, one of the Eight Elders of the Communist Party of China, and his rise to fame came from his tenures as the mayor of the coastal economic hub of Dalian and subsequently the Governor of Liaoning. Bo is a representative figure for China's new generation of leaders who are casual in front of the media, a shift away from the deeply serious focus of Chinese politics. In Chongqing, Bo was known for leading a protracted campaign against organized crime, reinstating egalitarian welfare programs for the city's working class, and initiating campaigns to revive a Cultural Revolution-era "red culture." During his tenure, Bo's "Chongqing Model" won accolades from Beijing. Prior to the Wang Lijun incident, in which Bo's police chief may have sought to defect to the U.S. consulate, Bo was believed to be one of the emerging leaders of China's 5th Generation of Leadership, representing the "new left" of Chinese politics, which includes Maoists, as well as social democrats disillusioned by growing income disparities
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