Chinese media reported that Inner Mongolia’s Chief of United Work Front Department Wang Suyi is under investigation for “serious disciplinary violations.”
But that’s not the interesting part. These guys seem to get worse and worse…
The South China Morning Post reported that local Henan Daily deputy editor-in-chief Gu Hua wrote on Weibo: “He raped three young girls, and one mother petitioned but was later beaten up and kept in a black jail on his orders.”
Gu also wrote about Wang taking 100 million RMB in bribes and severe cases of nepotism, according to the SCMP article.
Want China Times reported that Wang claims a new wave of anti-corruption efforts by the central government.
“The 52-year-old Wang is believed to be the first ministerial-level official born in the 1960s to fall from grace as a result of China’s sweeping anti-graft campaign.”
After Xi Jinping told the Politburo to stop being assholes last week, another handful of officials fell into the coals.
“Other high-ranking officials recently investigated for such violations include former deputy party chief of Sichuan Li Chuncheng, deputy director of the National Development and Reform Commission Liu Tienan and vice-governor of Anhui Ni Fake.”
Those are big fish, and Xi Jinping wants a fish fry.
State media also released their version of the story at a whopping three paragraphs long.