Six people were arrested
Authorities closed 16 websites for spreading rumours of "military vehicles entering Beijing and something wrong going on in Beijing," the louis vuitton handbags online official Xinhua news agency said late Friday, citing the state Internet information office. Six people were arrested, while the country's two most popular microblogs, run by Sina.com and Tencent, said they would stop web users from louis vuitton wallets 2012 new arrival online cheap on sale posting comments until Tuesday after being criticised by the authorities. The crackdown follows a surge in online rumours about a coup led by security chief Zhou Yongkang, following the March dismissal of rising political cheap louis vuitton women wallets designer flowers style online black star Bo Xilai. Analysts say the political drama has exposed divisions in the ruling Communist Party as it prepares for a key leadership transition later this year. Bo, removed as party chief of the southwestern metropolis discount louis vuitton womens wallet designer style online brown of Chongqing after his former police chief fled to a US consulate and reportedly demanded political asylum, had been tipped to join the country's top echelons of power. In an editorial Saturday, the People's Daily, the mouthpiece of the Communist Party, pledged to punish those responsible for the "lies and speculation". "Online rumours undermine the morale of the public, and gucci handbags if out of control, they will seriously disturb the public order and affect social stability," said the newspaper, according to Xinhua.