The Shijiazhuang Municipal People's Procuratorate has filed charges before the city’s Intermediate People's Court against Qiu Daming, according to a post on the website of the Supreme People's Procuratorate.
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Qiu, former deputy head of the discipline inspection commission and supervisory commission in northeast China's Jilin Province, is being charged for accepting bribes and corruption.
The State Supervision Commission conducted an investigation, which was turned over to the Hebei People's Procuratorate for review and prosecution.
Qiu allegedly abused his authority to seek illegitimate interests for others, illegally accepted huge amounts of property, illegally possessed huge amounts of public property, and accepted bribes.
On Dec. 20, the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and National Supervisory Commission announced that Qiu had been dismissed from public office and expelled from the CPC over violations, including taking bribes and leaking information of investigations.
(Compiled by Dong Feng)