Investigator at China’s top graft buster turns himself in

  • A senior official of China’s anti-graft watchdog overseeing investigations of corruption among financial regulators and state-owned enterprise executives turned himself in to authorities over suspected serious disciplinary violations.
  • Wang Youbin, a second-level inspector of the 13th investigation office of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI), voluntarily surrendered and is currently under disciplinary review and supervisory investigation, according to the CCDI website.
  • In February, the CCDI launched a nationwide drive to root out corruption among anti-graft officials. Li Xi, secretary of the commission and a member of the Communist Party’s Politburo Standing Committee, vowed at a meeting that month to severely punish “two-faced people,” referring to those who outwardly display loyalty to the party but engage in actions contrary to its principles.

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