Political landscape is going through strong movement, not only for activists, but also within the Communist Party.Indications of fissures in the ruling Communist Party Politburo came this week when the party proposed sacking a vice minister over alleged corruption at her former role in an electricity company. Early this year, a top official was demoted and expelled from the Politburo in a rare move.FILE PHOTO: Nguyen Quang A joins a gathering to protest against Taiwanese enterprise Formosa Plastic, to demand cleaner waters in the central regions after mass fish deaths in recent weeks, in Hanoi, Vietnam May 1, 2016. REUTERS/Kham/File PhotoManeuvering had intensified ahead of the expected selection of a new General Secretary of the Communist Party, said Jonathan London of Leiden University, although no date has been set for that.Meanwhile, activists had grown more vocal after street protests erupted last year over a toxic spill from the Taiwanese owned Formosa steel mill.Among bloggers whose profiles rose over the Formosa protests was Ngoc Nhu Quynh known as Mother Mushroom who was jailed for 10 years in July.
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But what about the rest of the world?Have you ever heard of Przemek (often pronounced Shemek) Karnowski?”No,” said Sue Prior, a Final Four volunteer who lives in Glendale, site of this weekend’s semifinal games.But further probing revealed that her brother in law in Michigan picked GU to win it all when filling out his brackets.So there’s that.Don Stephens, a retired federal employee who lives in Tempe, was drinking a light beer on the patio of a downtown bar when asked if he knew about Shem.”No sir, I haven’t.”Yet he claims to be a basketball fan and thinks GU is going to win it all. Go figure.Like others interviewed, he was asked to don a Karnowski esque fake beard. Well, a poor man’s version.Say what you will, it adds something to a person’s look.William Scott, a retired teacher from Rochester, New York, is here for the Final Four.