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China’s Minister of Public Security Urges the Armed Police to Follow the CCP’s Commands

According to People’s Daily on January 7, 2011, the chief of China’s police, Meng Jianzhu, urged the country’s armed police to “unswervingly uphold the Party’s absolute leadership and ensure that most police officials and policemen will, at critical moments, resolutely follow the commands of the CCP Central Committee, the State Council, the CCP Central Military Commission, and Chairman Hu Jintao.”

Meng Jianzhu, China’s Minister of Public Security and the highest level political commissar in China’s Armed Police Force, made the remark on January 7, 2011, at a plenary meeting of the CCP Committee of the Armed Police Forces. He called on the armed police to “greet the 90th anniversary of the CCP’s birthday with excellent performances in dealing with emergent security incidents. …”

Source: People’s Daily, January 7, 2011