The governor of China’s Sichuan province is under suspicion for corruption, a senior official said Friday.
Wei Hong, who has been the top official in the south-western province for around three years, is rumored to have committed “severe disciplinary violations” — a commonly-used Chinese euphemism for graft, reports the BBC.
The governor’s suspected misconduct was announced by Wu Yuliang, deputy chief of the Chinese Communist Party’s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, at a press conference Friday afternoon.
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