- "China's parliament, the National People's Congress, has dozens of members deprived of their seats because they were acquired by fraud. Almost half of the deputies of Liaoning Province to leave the People's Congress, reported state news agency Xinhua."
"The parliamentarians bought according to Xinhua people or granted other favors in exchange for a seat in the People's Congress. Or should they fear prosecution or what their future hangs above the head is unclear."
"The People's Congress has virtually nothing to crumble in the milk, but the government calls it once in the year to create the appearance of democratic legitimacy. The members are not directly elected by all the Chinese voters, but with some intermediate steps. The members may have some influence, for example, procurement and are therefore susceptible to corruption.\n \n \n \n \n 1:53\n \n Lower Turk goes loose on harassing vloggers\n \n \n \n 3:57\n \n Rotten vs. vloggers \"limit is reached\"\n \n \n \n 2:40\n \n Hangover after victory for Lutes"
"In 2013, occurred already off again more than five hundred parliamentarians because they had been discredited for corruption."