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Fall of governor adds to hopes for end of high-level corruption

China Daily | Updated: 2015-10-09 07:40

AT 11:30 PM ON WEDNESDAY, the last night of the weeklong National Day holiday, the nation's top disciplinary watchdog, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Communist Party of China, published on its website that Su Shulin, governor of Southeast China's Fujian province, was under investigation for suspected discipline violations. Comments:

Su is the first sitting governor to be investigated for corruption since the top leadership launched the anti-graft campaign in 2012. His case once again proves that the top leadership has set no upper limit on the number of high level officials that are being hunted for corruption. That's a smart move because it gives people hope that the rampant corruption in the country might one day be curbed and rooted out., Oct 8

Fall of governor adds to hopes for end of high-level corruption

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