On November 17, Ouyang Quanhua, former director of the Ethnic and Religious Committee of the Jiangxi Provincial Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, was officially notified of “double opening”. (Epoch Times composite picture)
[The Epoch Times, November 18, 2023](Epoch Times reporter Li Jing reported) With the “double firing” of Ouyang Quanhua, the former director of the Ethnic and Religious Committee of the CPPCC Jiangxi Provincial Committee, the province has had at least one central management cadre this year. and 14 provincial cadres were successively investigated. In the reports of these fallen officials, words such as “engaging in power, sex, money and sex” and “moral corruption” commonly appeared.
The website of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Communist Party of China reported on November 17 that Ouyang Quanhua, the former director of the Ethnic and Religious Committee of the Jiangxi Provincial Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, was “double fired” and was placed on file for review and investigation.
The official report stated that Ouyang Quanhua has a serious idea of privilege and bad conduct. He has accepted gifts, gifts and travel arrangements in violation of regulations, borrowed the houses and vehicles of management service recipients for a long time, and used public funds to pay for personal banquets; he has concealed and failed to report personal-related matters. Seek benefits for others in work such as employee recruitment and job promotion.
In addition, Ouyang Quanhua was accused of moral corruption, having improper sexual relations with others, acting recklessly, embezzling public funds, and taking advantage of the convenience of his position and the convenient conditions created by his authority and status to seek benefits for others in terms of project contracting and enterprise qualification upgrades. interests, illegally receiving huge amounts of property, etc.
The notice stated that Ouyang Quanhua was expelled from the party and public office; his illegal and disciplinary gains were confiscated; his suspected criminal issues were transferred to the procuratorate for review and prosecution in accordance with the law, and the property involved was also transferred.
According to his official resume, Ouyang Quanhua joined the Communist Party of China in 1985 and worked in Ganzhou City, Jiujiang City, Jiangxi Provincial Department of Housing and Urban-Rural Development, Jiangxi Provincial Tourism Development Commission, Jiangxi Provincial Department of Veterans Affairs, Jiangxi Provincial Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference and other units.
Since 1998, Ouyang Quanhua has served as the county magistrate of Longnan County in Jiangxi Province, secretary of the Dayu County Party Committee, secretary of the Party Committee of Lushan Scenic Area Administration, deputy director of the Jiangxi Provincial Department of Construction, director of the Jiangxi Provincial Department of Veterans Affairs, and retired member of the Jiangxi Provincial Party Committee. Director of the Office of the Military Affairs Leading Group. In January this year, he was transferred to the position of director of the Ethnic and Religious Committee of the Jiangxi Provincial Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.
According to incomplete statistics, since 2023, at least one cadre in charge of the central government and 14 cadres in provincial management have been reviewed and investigated in Jiangxi Province.
Among them, the cadre of the Central Management Bureau who was dismissed was Yin Meigen, the former deputy director of the Standing Committee of the 14th People’s Congress of Jiangxi Province. He was investigated in March this year.
The official report stated that Yin Meigan was morally corrupt and engaged in power, sex, and money transactions; he formed a community of interests with unscrupulous businessmen, worked with relatives to engage in power and money transactions, and took advantage of his position to seek benefits for others in job promotions, project contracting, etc., which was illegal. Receive huge amounts of property.
In addition, 14 provincial cadres under investigation in Jiangxi Province include: Chen Ping, former director of the Jiangxi Provincial Department of Housing and Urban-Rural Development, Zhang Yunlai, former secretary of the Lianhua County Party Committee in Pingxiang City, Jiangxi Province, Kong Falong, former deputy chairman of the Financial and Economic Committee of the Jiangxi Provincial People’s Congress, Jiangxi Ying Yong, former deputy director of the Provincial Federation of Rural Credit Cooperatives, Hu Wei, former deputy director of the Standing Committee of the People’s Congress of Shangrao City, Jiangxi Province, Tao Zhi, former second-level inspector of the Jiangxi Provincial Department of Natural Resources, and former deputy general manager of Jiangxi Construction Engineering Group Co., Ltd. Chen Renhua, Pan Yiming, former deputy director of the Standing Committee of Ganzhou Municipal People’s Congress of Jiangxi Province, Yang Wenbin, president of Jiangxi Academy of Sciences, Luo Xiaonong, member of the Party Group of Jiujiang Municipal People’s Political Consultative Conference of Jiangxi Province, Tan Xiaolin, former chairman of the Education, Science, Culture and Health Committee of Jiangxi Provincial People’s Congress, deputy mayor of Shangrao City of Jiangxi Province Li Maorong, and Xu Nankai, former chairman of the Supervisory and Judicial Committee of the Jiangxi Provincial People’s Congress.
The Epoch Times reporter noticed that, with the exception of Yang Wenbin, Li Maorong and Xu Nankai who were officially investigated but had yet to report specific cases, the reports of other fallen officials generally included “moral corruption”, “life corruption”, “power and sex transactions”, and ” Terms such as “money and sex transactions”, “inappropriate sexual relations with others”, “family-style” corruption, and “one-note speech”.
Editor in charge: Ye Ziming#