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Senior provincial legislator expelled from Party, office for corruption

Updated: 2010-03-09

Song Yong, former vice chairman of the Liaoning Provincial People's Congress Standing Committee in northeast China, has been dismissed from the Communist Party of China (CPC) and his post for "serious violations of discipline and laws."

The decision was announced Tuesday by the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI), which said that Song had taken large bribes and abused his official position.

The CCDI said Song's behaviors had severely violated the disciplines of the CPC and the government and was suspected to having broken the law in some cases.

Song's illegal gains would be confiscated, the CCDI said. His case had been referred for prosecution.

The CCDI did not say exactly how much money Song had illegally taken.

Source: Xinhua

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