Ex-chief procu­ra­tor on graft charges

Shanghai Daily - - METRO - Ke Ji­ayun

YE Qing, 63, former Party sec­re­tary and chief procu­ra­tor of the No. 1 Branch of Shang­hai Peo­ple’s Procu­ra­torate, has been ex­pelled from the Party and re­moved from his post, on charges of se­ri­ous vi­o­la­tions of dis­ci­pline and law, city’s dis­ci­pline in­spec­tion com­mis­sion and su­per­vi­sory com­mis­sion said yes­ter­day.

His case will be trans­ferred to the ju­di­ciary.

Ac­cord­ing to the com­mis­sions, Ye con­spired with the oth­ers to make their con­fes­sions iden­ti­cal and sent his son abroad while show­ing no in­ten­tion of co­op­er­at­ing with the com­mis­sion’s in­ves­ti­ga­tion.

Ye lied about his per­sonal af­fairs to the Party, ac­cepted ban­quets and trips and vis­ited pri­vate clubs, against the eight­point fru­gal­ity code.

He of­fered help for oth­ers in ap­point­ments, em­bez­zled pub­lic and pri­vate money and prop­erty and ac­cepted bribes.

Ye loved so­cial­iz­ing with the own­ers of pri­vate en­ter­prises and as­sisted them in bid­ding for pro­jects.

He used any means to re­ceive bribes, such as buy­ing houses at very low prices, “bor­row­ing” money and co­op­er­at­ing on busi­ness deals.

Ye was Party sec­re­tary and chief procu­ra­tor at the No. 1 Branch of Shang­hai Peo­ple’s Procu­ra­torate from 2008 to 2015.

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