Monday, November 24, 2014   

Shanxi legislator faces corruption investigation
(02-27 11:24)

Jin Daoming, a local legislator in the northern Shanxi Province, is under investigation for suspected serious violation of discipline and laws, the anti-graft watchdog of the Communist Party said today.
Jin is the vice chairman of Shanxi Provincial People's Congress Standing Committee.
The party Central Commission for Discipline Inspection said this in a statement on its website.—Xinhua


   
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