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three to five days” and “answer everything you ask,” according to Li Peng, who identified himself as a CDI officer.It is telling that Party rules require that shuanggui facilities be designed to prevent those detained from committing suicide. The CCDI headquarters in Beijing is not marked except for its street address.Although the CCDI has instructed lower-level offices to provide it with information about all shuanggui cases in the country since 2001, key information – such as how many people are subjected to shuanggui each year – is not publicly available.Nor is the CCDI’s 2012 directive that supposedly outlines better protections for shuanggui detainees.Former shuanggui detainees told Human Rights Watch that they were subjected to torture and other ill-treatment including beatings, prolonged sleep deprivation, and being forced to stand or maintain uncomfortable positions for hours or even days.The indefinite isolation of shuanggui – which itself can amount to torture – causes detainees’ minds to “collapse after…

The use of shuanggui allows judges to skirt even the minimal protections due criminal suspects in China. the rule of law to fight corruption, [and] to strengthen national anti-corruption legislation.–Chinese President Xi Jinping, addressing a major Central Commission on Discipline Inspection meeting in January 2013 I am also a Communist Party member... …The judge in charge of my case told me, in private, that right now we have to fight corruption, so we need to employ these illegal and extraordinary channels – otherwise we can't catch the bad guys.Many more are embroiled in corruption investigations.An increasingly powerful, secretive Chinese Communist Party (CCP or “the Party”) body – the Central Commission on Discipline Inspection (CCDI) – has been a central player in the campaign, particularly through its abusive shuanggui () disciplinary system.A wide range of officials across industries and provinces – from normally untouchable former Politburo-level officials down to minor local authorities, from national sports team coaches to famous media figures – have been subjected to the system.

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