【禁闻】中纪委罕见高调 欲开查人民日报

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【新唐人2014年10月09日讯】继中共央视被整肃后,日前再次传出中纪委书记王岐山亲自下令,部署对“人民日报社”开展专项检查。目前,正值《人民日报》连日来对香港占中重批之际,中纪委如此高调宣布检查“人民日报社”,相当罕见,其中有什么何联系,或者纯属巧合?《人民日报》是否会成为第二个央视?引发外界关注。

中纪委网站5号消息,日前,“人民日报社”召开了“专项检查工作会议”。中纪委驻人民日报社纪检组组长蒲增繁,出席了会议并讲话,“人民日报社”副总编辑兼机关党委书记阎晓明主持会议。

报导说,这次会议的目的,是按照王岐山关于巡视工作的讲话,对“人民日报社”开展“专项检查工作”作出部署。

检查工作分为2个检查组,分别由蒲增繁和阎晓明负责,成员由纪检监察、财务审计、组织人事等部门,选派的六级职员以上领导干部组成。

本次检查共涉及3个地方分社,和3个社属报刊、企业等6个单位。检查内容,主要涉及到编委会的决策部署、廉政建设、防止有偿新闻和新闻敲诈、“选人用人”和“领导干部报告个人有关事项”等方面。

蒲增繁强调,要把这次检查工作作为一项“政治任务”来完成。有分析认为,中纪委高调宣布检查“人民日报社”,相当罕见,显示人民日报内部存在贪腐问题。

美国南加州大学公共政策博士叶科:“包括人民日报、央视啊,事实上都是非常腐败的。只要中纪委去查的话,肯定会查出大量的问题。尤其央视属于周永康、李东生他们政变的后院。中纪委这次去查,肯定要把整个底都揭出来。刘云山作为宣传部门的主管,肯定也脱不开关系。所以等于是高层激烈搏击的一个表现。”

中共十八大后,中共的宣传系统,事实上已经成为中南海博弈的前沿地带。如“南周事件”、“习近平打的事件”、抵制“废除劳教制度”等事件,更是显示江习双方在话语权领域的争夺,日趋白热化。

此外,香港“占中”事件9月底爆发后,各国主流媒体都表示深度关切。但包括《人民日报》在内的中共党媒视而不见,连续多天批判占中。此次它被调查,和香港占中事件是否有关联呢?

叶科:“现在时局确实是非常敏感,因为《人民日报》一直是在炮轰香港占中事件。江系人马一直在狙击习近平,他现在手中牌不多了,所以只能不断的把整个局面搞乱。《人民日报》是刘云山这样一个系统,它一直是对习近平进行狙击。”

北京时政观察人士华颇:“我想呢,这都是为四中全会做准备。意识形态和宣传口,可以说是问题很多。可能他们会在这几天兴风作浪。所以习近平让王岐山整顿,首先就是希望这帮人在四中全会之前,不敢轻举妄动,震慑一下。”

中共宣传口另一个重量级单位——央视,在2013年底央视前副台长李东生落马后,各个频道被反腐风暴席卷。除了多位央视高层被带走,工作人员被调查外,央视的反腐风暴近来也似乎有向更高层蔓延的势头。

据台湾“风传媒”网报导,当局从央视播出台湾媒体民视制作的《意难忘》,800集的巨额价差款,已经顺藤摸瓜查到了两名高官——前中共政协主席贾庆林和现任常委刘云山,和此案的关联。

有评论认为,《人民日报》被查,至少在整个检查期间,对整个中央级别的宣传媒体,会产生极大的震慑效应,各级负责人亦会小心谨慎以避祸。中共也可能借机给香港局势降温。

采访/易如 编辑/王子琦 后制/钟元

Discipline Committee Investigates Media, People’s Daily

Secretary of Central Discipline Inspection Committee (CDIC)
Wang Qishan is investigating People’s Daily, after inspecting
and removing the communist mouthpiece CCTV.

Recently, People’s Daily has been giving out harsh criticism
against Hong Kong’s Occupy Central movement;
CDIC’s sudden announcement of investigation at this time
is highly unexpected.

So is there a connection or is it pure coincidence,
and will People’s Daily follow the fate of CCTV?
—these questions are attracting international attention.

On Oct. 5, the CDIC released news on its website, saying
that People’s Daily has called for a conference, regarding
a special inspection assignment against them.

Pu Zengfan, team leader of the CDIC inspection team
stationed at People’s Daily, spoke at the conference.

Yan Xiaoming, the deputy chief editor and the secretary
of the Party Committee of People’s Daily was the host.

The purpose of the conference was to execute the instructions
of Wang Qishan and inspect People’s Daily, say reports.

The inspection is ran by two inspection teams,
headed by Pu Zengfan and Yan Xiaoming.

It is made up of leaders and cadres of grade six and above,
from departments such as discipline inspection, finance audit,
and organization & personnel.

The inspection covers three local branches of People’s Daily
and three affiliate publications and entrepreneurships.

It’s mainly about editorial decision making and deployment,
advice for good governance, bribery and extortion prevention,
selection and appointment, and matters for leading cadres.

Pu Zengfan has stated that the inspection must be treated
as a “political mission”.

Analysts believe it is very rare for the CDIC to pursue
an inspection against People’s Daily, and this proves that
corruption exists in the press.

Dr. Ye Ke from public policy: “Media such as People’s Daily
and CCTV are actually very corrupt; the CDIC will definitely
discover a lot of problems.”

“CCTV especially, is like a coup base of Zhou Yongkang
and Li Dongsheng’s political factions, and the investigation
will definitely uproot these connections; Liu Yunshan,
the propaganda department head, will also be implicated.”

“Therefore, this is actually a reflection of political struggles
within the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) high ranks.”

After the CCP 18th National Congress, its propaganda organs
have become the focus point of struggle within Zhongnanhai
(CCP’s political headquarters).

The intensifying rivalry between Xi Jinping and Jiang Zemin
and their battle for a voice were shown through incidents
like the Southern Weekly case, Xi Jinping’s political strikes,
and the boycotting against the abolition of labour camps, etc.

After the emergence of Occupy Central in Hong Kong
during the end of September, mainstream media worldwide
have directed their attention to the movement, but CCP media
including People’s Daily, have consistently criticized it.

So could the inspection be connected to
the ongoing events in Hong Kong?

Ye Ke: “The situation in Hong Kong is actually very delicate;
People’s Daily’s been bombarding Occupy Central nonstop.”

“Jiang’s faction has been attacking Xi Jinping continuously,
but he doesn’t have many cards left; all he can do right now
is to bring chaos to the situation.”

“People’s Daily is a system within Liu Yunshan’s control
and its mission is to create trouble for Xi Jinping.”

Hua Po, Beijing’s political observer: “I think this is to prepare
for the Fourth Plenary Session; there are many problems with
the CCP’s ideology and manner of propaganda, so perhaps,
they will create trouble during this period of time.”

“The foremost objective of Xi Jinping’s deployment of CDIC
against People’s Daily is to intimidate and pacify them,
while the Fourth Plenary Session is being held.”

CCTV, another heavyweight in the CCP’s propaganda system,
has also been caught in this political rivalry.

After the fall of CCTV’s deputy director, Li Dongsheng
at the end of 2013, every CCTV channel was caught up
in the anti-corruption storm and many high-level executives
were arrested, while employees underwent investigations.

Recently, the trend shows that the anti-corruption campaign
is moving to even higher levels within CCTV.

According to Taiwan’s Storm Media Group report,
high officials, Jia Qinglin and Liu Yunshan, are implicated
in a scandal involving a 10-million USD collusion
in purchasing TV series from Taiwan.

Commentators believe that, at least during the investigation,
the move against People’s Daily will create a tremendous
intimidating effect on state media at the central level,
causing leaders of various levels to become more cautious.

The CCP may also be using this opportunity
to bring down the heating situation in Hong Kong.

Interview/YiRu Edit/Wang Ziqi Post-Production/ZhongYuan

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