Mayor in­ves­ti­gated, re­port says

China Daily (Canada) - - CHINA -

He Huazhang, mayor of Suin­ing, is be­ing in­ves­ti­gated by the provin­cial dis­ci­plinary depart­ment, Bei­jing News re­ported on Thurs­day. No rea­son was given. He is the founder of Chengdu Busi­ness Daily, and said to have a close re­la­tion­ship with Li Chuncheng, for­mer deputy Party chief of the prov­ince. Li was in­ves­ti­gated for al­leged dis­ci­plinary vi­o­la­tions in De­cem­ber 2012. The prov­ince on Thurs­day re­laxed the one-child pol­icy, be­com­ing the fifth re­gion to al­low cou­ples to have a sec­ond baby if one par­ent is an only child. There are 1.28 mil­lion fam­i­lies in the prov­ince that qual­ify to have a sec­ond child, and 70 per­cent of them are will­ing to have an­other baby, ac­cord­ing to the prov­ince’s pop­u­la­tion and fam­ily plan­ning com­mis­sion. to those used by ter­ror­ists in the knife at­tack at Kun­ming Rail­way Sta­tion on March 1. Po­lice soon found that Zhang had made up the re­port.

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