Mayor of Nanjing Investigated for Graft Involving 20 Mln Yuan
(Beijing) – The mayor of Nanjing is being investigated by the Communist Party for "serious violations of the law," the 10th official with the rank of deputy minister or higher to fall from grace since the new leadership took office last fall.
The phrase "serious violations of the law" usually means corruption, and a People's Daily article said the case involved 20 million yuan.
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