China News Service, Hohhot, November 9th (Reporter Li Aiping) The Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, which has been called a "large coal province (region)" by the outside world, has been officially investigating the issue of coal-related corruption for nearly 9 months and 20 years. On June 26, a total of 534 officials "fallen" in the "coal field."
This is the latest news that the reporter learned from the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Commission for Discipline Inspection on November 9.
On February 28th, Shi Taifeng, secretary of the Party Committee of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, stated that he would conduct a comprehensive “consultation” on the development and utilization of coal resources in Inner Mongolia since 2000.
Officials said that the "consultation" stemmed from violations of regulations and laws in the coal resource sector exposed by corruption cases such as Yunguangzhong, Bai Xiangqun, Xing Yun, and Yuncivil.
According to Liu Qifan, member of the Standing Committee of the Inner Mongolia Party Committee, Secretary of the Disciplinary Committee, and Director of the Supervisory Committee, as of October 26, Inner Mongolia's discipline inspection and supervision agencies at all levels have registered and dealt with a total of 410 coal-related cases and 534 people, including 24 at the department level and 94 at the county and division level; The main target was 104 people; 1118 cases were closed, 154 people were given party discipline and government sanctions, 260 people were organized and handled, and 44 people were transferred to judicial organs.
During this period, the Inner Mongolia Commission for Discipline Inspection and Supervisory Committee recently notified the heavy news of four officials at the department level, which once rushed to "hot search."
The 4 people are Wang Junfeng, Secretary of the Party Committee and Director of the Inner Mongolia Emergency Management Department, Li Cai, Secretary and Chairman of the Hulunbuir CPPCC Party Committee, Su He, former Party Secretary and Director of the Inner Mongolia State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission, and former Party Secretary, Director and Director of the Inner Mongolia Department of Justice Xu Huhe, Party Secretary of the Inner Mongolia Prison Administration Bureau.
All 4 persons are suspected of serious violations of discipline and law and are subject to disciplinary review and supervision and investigation.
Among them, Su He and Xu Huhe have retired.
It is not the first time that the Inner Mongolia Commission for Discipline Inspection and Supervision has "four consecutive launches".
On October 16, the Inner Mongolia Commission for Discipline Inspection and Supervision notified the public: Cao Wenmin, former member of the Tongliao Municipal Party Committee and head of the United Front Work Department, was expelled from the party and public office for serious violations of discipline and law; Lian Tianjun, former deputy inspector of the Inner Mongolia Prison Administration and former mine director of Lijiata Coal Mine in Inner Mongolia, was serious He was expelled from the party for violations of discipline and law; Sai Qingke, a former member of the party group and deputy mayor of the Hohhot Municipal Government, was expelled from the party for serious violations of discipline and law; Liu Guihua, former deputy secretary and deputy director of the Ordos Municipal People’s Congress, was expelled from the party for serious violations of discipline and law.
The notification showed that of the 4 people investigated, 3 of the violations of discipline and law were related to "coal".
It is worth mentioning that on November 3, Yun Guangzhong, former member of the Standing Committee of the Inner Mongolia Party Committee and former secretary of the Hohhot Municipal Party Committee, was sentenced in the first instance for bribery. Yun Guangzhong was sentenced to 14 years in prison for bribery and fined RMB 5.5 million.
On November 7th, the Inner Mongolia Commission for Discipline Inspection and Supervision also announced that Hao Shengfa, the former party secretary and general manager of Inner Mongolia Coal Geological Exploration (Group) Co., Ltd., and the former party secretary and general manager of Inner Mongolia Coal Geological Exploration (Group) Co., Ltd. who have retired for 3 years The news that the manager Mo Ruoping two department-level cadres were expelled from the party.
Official sources show that for a period of time, the problems of violations of regulations and laws in the coal resources sector in Inner Mongolia have been concentrated, which has become a problem that has continued for many years.
Since the beginning of this year, Inner Mongolia has been vigorously fighting corruption, especially in the field of coal resources for 20 years. The current anti-corruption storm is advancing further.