Video: Chinese Media Avoid Mentioning Bo Xilai At Meeting with Canadian PM part of Former Police Chief, Wang Lijun, in Bo Xilai Scandal Likely to Get Lenient Sentence

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During the trial, the former police chief, Wang Lijun, confessed to the most serious charge against him, defection, and did not contest the other three charges abuse of power, taking...
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Chinese Media Avoid Mentioning Bo Xilai At Meeting with Canadian PM

For more news and videos visit ☛ english.ntdtv.com Follow us on Twitter ☛ http Add us on Facebook ☛ on.fb.me On Saturday, Communist Party Secretary Bo Xilai met Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper in Chongqing. This is Bo's first public appearance following foreign media reports about his former aide, Wang Lijun, fleeing to the US consulate. Chinese state-run media avoided mention of Bo or his picture in their news reports. On February 11th, Chongqing Communist Party Secretary Bo Xilai met Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper during the last leg of his China trip. This was Bo's first public appearance after international media reports and speculation about his assistant Wang Lijun. That came after Wang, the deputy mayor and former police chief of Chongqing, fled to the US consulate in Chengdu last week. Security was tight during the meeting between Bo and Harper. Only three Canadian media and five Chinese state-run media agencies were allowed into the meeting room. Foreign media said interviews and reporting rules were strict. The state-run Xinhua News Agency published their first report in Chinese about the meeting six hours later. The headline was "Canadian Prime Minister Harper Visited Chongqing," but had no mention of Bo. That report also didn't have Bo's picture. The local state-run Chongqing Daily newspaper published Xinhua's report, also without Bo's picture. But when Harper visited Guangdong Communist Party Secretary Wang Yang earlier in his trip, Chinese <b>...</b>
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