China Plans to Try Former INTERPOL Chief on Charges of Bribery

China’s former anti-corruption chief Ming Hongwei will be tried by Beijing after the investigation showed he was receiving bribes and violating discipline, the CPC’s anti-corruption  media said.

Investigations show that he was receiving bribes and violating discipline, also Ming was expelled from the ranks of the Communist Party of China (CPC).

Interpol said last year that Ming had submitted his resignation as INTERPOL chief, after the French authorities quoted Ming’s wife as saying that he had lost after traveling home.

Ming, 65, was appointed as the head of INTERPOL at the end of 2016 as part of Chinese efforts to gain leadership positions in the most important international organizations.

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China's former anti-corruption chief Ming Hongwei will be tried by Beijing after the investigation showed he was receiving bribes and violating discipline, the CPC's anti-corruption  media said.

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