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Wen Jiabao: "The Party Commands The Gun"
Follow us on TWITTER: twitter.com Like us on FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com Wen Jiabao's government work report stressed absolute Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leadership over the army. Wen's high-profile declaration in the CCP's 5th session of the 11th National People's Congress was considered rare. The public are highly concerned about the CCP top leadership, and what happened inside the Party. Is there a chance of a military riot occurring anytime? On March 5 in Beijing, the CCP Premier Wen Jiabao delivered a work report at the session of national congress. Wen claimed to "strengthen setting up the political ideology, adhere to the Party's absolute leadership over army." "The Party commands the gun." Wen emphasis was deemed very rare compared to his speeches over recent years, Analysis by China issues expert, Wu Fan, shows Wen's claim indicates there is a state of "anti-CCP" in the army. Wu Fan: "Wen Jiabao's job isn't related to the military. Over the years, the government work report has never touched on this topic, but is now embracing it. That is, the Party's absolute control over army. It very clearly indicates a serious tension existing between the military and the CCP." Gu Junshan, Vice Minister of the General Logistics Dept of the People's Liberation Army (PLA), was given a double-designation status in February. Gu had been sacked for corruption, and the removal caused a strong shock within the army. Gu reportedly did not take the punishment seriously, saying, "we <b>...</b>