Bo Xilai's case transferred to judicial organs
Updated: 2013-01-09 17:06
BEIJING - The serious law violation case involving Bo Xilai, former member of the Political Bureau of the Communis Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, has been transferred to judicial organs, according to CPC's Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI).
A total of 4,698 county-level cadres or higher-level cadres were punished by CPC's discipline watchdogs in 2012 and 961 cadres at county-level or above have been transferred to judicial organs, CCDI spokesperson Cui Shaopeng revealed on Wednesday.
The law violation case involving Liu Zhijun, former minister of railways, has been transferred to judicial organs as well, according to CCDI.
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