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【資料映像】彭帥と張高麗元副首相


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173639238
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【資料映像】彭帥と張高麗元副首相
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動画:AFP/アフロ
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2021年11月4日
人物
張 高麗, 彭 帥
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FILE IMAGES of former Chinese vice premier Zhang Gaoli and Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai. Peng has reportedly accused Zhang of sexual assault,igniting an online firestorm swiftly stamped out by censors and sparking concern over abuses by powerful figures. FILE IMAGES
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BEIJING,CHINADECEMBER 15,2017SOURCE: AFPTVIMAGES (00:16)1. Tracking shot former Chinese vice premier Zhang Gaoli attending an event unveiling the logo for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics2. Mid shot former Chinese vice premier Zhang Gaoli (centre) attending an event unveiling the logo for the Beijing 2022 Winter OlympicsBEIJING,CHINAMARCH 5,2018SOURCE: AFPTVIMAGES (00:05)3. Mid shot former Chinese vice premier Zhang Gaoli (right) at the opening session of the 2018 National People's Congress in Beijing SAINT PETERSBURG,LENINGRAD OBLAST,RUSSIAJUNE 19,2013SOURCE: AFPTVIMAGES (00:11)4. Mid shot former Chinese vice premier Zhang Gaoli at a meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin 5. Mid shot former Chinese vice premier Zhang Gaoli at a meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin 6. Mid shot former Chinese vice premier Zhang Gaoli at a meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin MELBOURNE,VICTORIA,AUSTRALIAJANUARY 21,2020SOURCE: AFPRESTRICTIONS: IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USEIMAGES (00:05)7. Photo Peng Shuai China's Shuai Peng hits a return against Japan's Nao Hibino during their women's singles match on day two of the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne on January 21,2020. WIMBLEDON,GREATER LONDON,UNITED KINGDOMJULY 3,2018SOURCE: AFPRESTRICTIONS: EDITORIAL USE ONLYIMAGES (00:05)8. Photo China's Peng Shuai reacts against Australia's Samantha Stosur during their women's singles first round match on the second day of the 2018 Wimbledon Championships at The All England Lawn Tennis Club in Wimbledon,southwest London,on July 3,2018. ZHUHAI,GUANGDONG,CHINANOVEMBER 3,2017SOURCE: AFPRESTRICTIONS: CHINA OUTIMAGES (00:05)9. Photo Peng Shuai of China looks on during her women's singles match against Elena Vesnina of Russia at the Zhuhai Elite Trophy tennis tournament in Zhuhai,in south China's Guangdong province on November 3,2017.MELBOURNE,VICTORIA,AUSTRALIAJANUARY 15,2019SOURCE: AFPRESTRICTIONS: IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USEIMAGES (00:05)10. Photo China's Peng Shuai reacts after a point against Canada's Eugenie Bouchard during their women's singles match on day two of the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne on January 15,2019. BEIJING,CHINAAUGUST 18,2017SOURCE: AFPIMAGES (00:05)11. Photo Zhang Gaoli (C),a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and China's Vice Premier attends the opening session of the Chinese Communist Party's five-yearly Congress at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on October 18,2017. President Xi Jinping declared China is entering a "new era" of challenges and opportunities on October 18 as he opened a Communist Party congress expected to enhance his already formidable power.BEIJING,CHINAMARCH 8,2015SOURCE: AFPIMAGES (00:05)12. Photo A member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee Zhang Gaoli attends the third session of the 12th National People's Congress at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on March 8,2015. China's Communist Party-controlled legislature,the National People's Congress (NPC),gathers in the capital for the annual show of political theater,with the "rule of law" high on the agenda.

///AFP TEXT STORY:
China censors #MeToo claims against top politician
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Beijing,Nov 4,2021 (AFP) - China's online censors Thursday scrubbed out a tennis star's reported allegations that a powerful politician sexually assaulted her,the first time that the #MeToo movement has reached the highest echelons of the ruling Communist Party.Peng Shuai,an ex-world number one doubles player,purportedly made the claim about former vice premier Zhang Gaoli in a post on the Twitter-like Weibo on Tuesday.Peng reportedly alleged that Zhang,who is now in his seventies,had "forced" her into sex and they had an on-off relationship that lasted several years.The post appeared to have been deleted quickly and AFP was unable to verify the authenticity of the screenshots containing the allegation,or substantiate the claims made in them. Weibo data indicated that Peng did post something on Tuesday on her verified account and the post was viewed more than 100,000 times,but the contents are unknown.There was no further word from the 35-year-old Peng and also no public response from Zhang,a former member of China's powerful seven-member Politburo Standing Committee and reportedly close to Premier Li Keqiang.Chinese censors have since blocked all mention of the claims apparently made by Peng,a former Wimbledon and French Open doubles champion.
- 'Courting disaster' -
Searches on China's tightly controlled Internet,including on Weibo and the Baidu search engine,also show no results when Peng and Zhang's names are entered together.Peng's Weibo account was still up on Thursday,but does not show up in search results on the platform. In the apparent screenshots of Peng's lengthy and heartfelt post accusing Zhang of pressuring her into sex,she purportedly wrote: "I was very scared."I initially refused and kept crying."Peng reportedly claimed they went on to have a relationship that continued until Zhang stopped recently contacting her.She had no evidence of the claimed relationship,she said,but added that Zhang's wife knew of it.The experience left her with self-loathing,she is said to have written."Even if it is no more than throwing an egg against a rock,I –- courting disaster like a moth attracted to a flame -– will speak the facts about what happened," Peng allegedly wrote.China saw a fledgling #MeToo movement emerge in 2018,with allegations involving powerful public figures.But such claims against top political leaders have not been made publicly until now."Peng Shuai speaking up shows that #MeToo will not be stopped," said Zhou Xiaoxuan,who in 2018 accused a prominent television host of sexual harassment."As long as there is sexual assault taking place under unbalanced power structures,there will be women who experience pain... and speak up," she added.Feminist activist Lu Pin told AFP that Peng's accusations were "very important" as they pointed to an unseen side of top Chinese officials."Peng Shuai's self-report is that of yet another imperfect victim," Lu said on Twitter."It is very difficult to break through the unspeakability and normalisation of sexual violence set by an entire society with the meagre power of an individual."rox-mjw/bys/bar/pst/ser/kma
 
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