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CCP members hold almost all top government and security apparatus positions. Civilian authorities generally maintained effective control of the military and internal security forces. Repression and coercion, particularly against organizations and individuals involved in rights advocacy and public interest issues, were routine. Individuals and groups seen as politically sensitive by authorities continued to face tight restrictions on their freedom to assemble, practice religion, and travel.
Efforts to silence and intimidate political activists and public interest lawyers continued to increase. Public interest law firms that took on sensitive cases continued to face harassment, disbarment of legal staff, and closure. Abuses peaked around high-profile events, such as the visit of foreign officials, sensitive anniversaries, and in the period leading up to the meeting of the 18th Party Congress in November. As in previous years, citizens did not have the right to change their government, and citizens had limited forms of redress against the government.
Corruption remained widespread. Authorities prosecuted a number of abuses of power, particularly with regard to corruption. However, the internal disciplinary procedures of the CCP were opaque and only selectively applied to senior officials. During the year security forces reportedly committed arbitrary or unlawful killings see Tibet annex.
In many instances few or no details were available. According to a Radio Free Asia RFA report, an year-old ethnic Uighur boy named Mirzahid died after being taken into police custody on May 20 for attending an unregistered Islamic school.
While official reports claimed he died due to beatings by his religious teacher, overseas rights groups alleged police tortured him to death. It was not clear to what extent impunity was a problem. Following cases of police killings there often was an announcement that an investigation was to be conducted. However, it was not clear whether there were any findings of police malfeasance or any cases in which police were disciplined.