China throws 'corrupt' ex-minister from party

China throws 'corrupt' ex-minister from party

World October 15, 2017 08:15

peking - China has put 65-year-old politician Wu Aiying from the communist party in response to the findings of the anti-corruption committee. That decision came as a surprise. The Beijing government had not hinted that she was suspected of being suspected. Wu was Minister of Justice from 2005 to February this year. She was one of the few female top officials.

At the end of the four-day congress of the Central Committee, the highest authority of the Communist Party, the people were raped for messing. Apart from Wu, the others on the list, including the party boss of Chongqing Sun Zhengcai, knew that their political function was the subject of research.

The central audit committee found that Wu had 'serious discipline problems', a euphemism for corruption, but did not give details about what she had been wrong with. Wu was unreachable for comment.

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