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Former Heilongjiang official expelled for corruption, case transferred for prosecution

By YANG ZEKUN | | Updated: 2023-12-07 22:11
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Qu Min, former vice-chairman of the Heilongjiang Provincial Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, has been expelled from the Party and dismissed from public office, according to a statement from China's top anti-graft watchdogs on Thursday.

The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Communist Party of China and the National Supervisory Commission revealed that Qu Min is under investigation for serious violations of Party discipline and potential criminal conduct related to bribery and duties.

Qu Min is accused of losing his ideals and convictions, resisting Party inspections, participating in superstitious activities, and engaging in compromising banquets and travel arrangements. He also neglected to report personal matters to Party organizations and irregularly selected and appointed officials.

Furthermore, Qu allegedly exploited his positions for personal gain, assisting others in business operations and project acquisition, and receiving significant amounts of money and gifts directly or through relatives. The statement emphasized the severe disciplinary measures due to the negative nature and bad impact of Qu's actions.

Qu Min, 60, a native of Heilongjiang, had a long-standing career in the province and held various significant positions. He joined the Party in 1992 and faced investigation by the anti-graft authorities in June 2023.

The case, including illicit gains, has been transferred to procuratorial authorities for examination and prosecution.

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