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Former vice minister of state security expelled from CPC

Xinhua | Updated: 2016-12-30 15:52
BEIJING - Ma Jian, former vice minister of state security, has been expelled from the Communist Party of China (CPC), the Party's top discipline agency said Friday.

A statement from the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) said an investigation was launched into Ma's "serious disciplinary violations."

The investigation found Ma had "seriously violated political discipline and the code of conduct, confronted an organizational probe, as well as transferred and hid money and property related to his case."

"He also failed to give a report on his personal information, including real estate properties, in accordance with regulations, and illicitly handled exit permits for his family," the statement said.

His violations also include "taking advantage of posts to seek huge benefits for the businesses of relatives ... interfering with law enforcement and judicial activities ... and seeking benefits for others and accepting a huge amount of money and property."

Ma was also dismissed from the public office, according to the statement.

His ill-gotten gains must be confiscated, and his case will be transferred to the judiciary, the statement said.

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