China investigates provincial environment official for graft

March 20th, 2015  
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Topic: China investigates provincial environment official for graft

The former environment chief in China's coal-rich northern Shanxi province is being investigated, the country's anti-graft watchdog said, the latest official to come under suspicion in a broad crackdown on corruption. President Xi Jinping has spent the past two years waging war on corruption, saying it threatens the survival of the ruling Communist Party. The commission did not provide further details but the language it used was typical of that which authorities use to refer to corruption. Pollution and corruption are two of China's most sensitive political issues because of the anger they cause amongst the Chinese public.


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