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Secretary of the Party Committee of the High-level Personnel Change of the Ministry of Public Security of the Communist Party of China | Persecution | Falun Gong

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[Epoch Times November 20, 2021](Epoch Times reporter Zhang Yujie comprehensive report) On November 19, a personnel change occurred in the Ministry of Public Security of the Communist Party of China. Public Security Minister Zhao Kezhi no longer concurrently serves as the party secretary, and the current Deputy Minister of Public Security Wang Xiaohong assumes this position. One post.

The Organization Department of the Communist Party of China announced the above news at a meeting of the Ministry of Public Security on the 19th. Zhao Kezhi, Wang Xiaohong, and Guo Shengkun, secretary of the Political and Legal Committee of the Communist Party of China, all appeared in this meeting.

Prior to this personnel change, Zhao Kezhi served as Minister of Public Security of the Communist Party of China, concurrently served as Secretary of the Party Committee, as well as Deputy Secretary of the Political and Legal Committee of the Communist Party of China, and Chief Superintendent; Wang Xiaohong served as Deputy Secretary of the Party Committee, Deputy Minister and Chief Inspector of the Ministry of Public Security, Secretary of the Party Committee of the Secret Service Bureau of the Ministry of Public Security , Director, Deputy Chief Superintendent.

Public information shows that Zhao Kezhi and Wang Xiaohong were of similar age, born in December 1953 and July 1957, respectively. The former is from Laixi, Shandong, and the latter is from Fuzhou, Fujian.

Zhao Kezhi entered the Ministry of Public Security of the Communist Party of China in October 2017 as Minister of Public Security and Secretary of the Party Committee. Since May 2018, he has also served as Deputy Secretary of the Political and Legal Committee of the Communist Party of China. Before entering the Ministry of Public Security, Zhao Kezhi served successively in the governments of Shandong, Jiangsu, Guizhou, and Hebei.

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Wang Xiaohong has served as the Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Public Security of the Communist Party of China in May 2016, and has served as the Deputy Secretary of the Party Committee of the Ministry of Public Security of the Communist Party of China in March 2018. Prior to this, he served in the Public Security Department of Fujian Province for a long time (from 1974 to 2013), and was directly promoted to Deputy Director of the Public Security Department of Fujian Province in 2002 from the director of the Fuzhou and Zhangzhou Public Security Bureau, the Secretary of the Party Committee, and the Deputy Secretary of the Political and Legal Committee.

Later, from 2011 to 2013, Wang Xiaohong served as the deputy mayor and director of the Public Security Bureau, and deputy secretary of the Political and Legal Committee of Xiamen City. After serving in the Henan Provincial Government and the Public Security Department for one and a half years, he began to serve as the deputy mayor of Beijing and the director of the Public Security Bureau. He and the party secretary, will no longer hold posts in the Beijing Municipal Government and Public Security Bureau from April 2020.

Zhao Kezhi and Wang Xiaohong, who have worked together in the Ministry of Public Security of the Communist Party of China for many years, are also “named” in the international community because they both participated in the persecution of Falun Gong.

On the eve of World Human Rights Day on December 10, 2020, Falun Gong practitioners from 29 countries submitted the latest list of persecutors including Wang Xiaohong to their governments. July 20 this year marks the 22nd anniversary of the global anti-persecution of Falun Gong practitioners. Falun Gong practitioners from 37 countries submitted a list of persecutors to their governments, including Zhao Kezhi.

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When Falun Gong practitioners submit the list of persecutors, they require governments of various countries to prohibit entry and freeze assets of these persecutors and their families in accordance with the law.

At the same time, the names of Zhao Kezhi and Wang Xiaohong are on the New York-based “International Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong” (Women International) and Minghui.com’s “Vicious Person List” list.

According to a report on Minghui.com, Zhao Kezhi participated in the persecution of Falun Gong before he entered the Ministry of Public Security of the Communist Party of China and during his tenure at the local level. After serving as Minister of Public Security in 2017, he directly planned and directed the persecution of Falun Gong by the national public security system. Zhao Kezhi repeatedly slandered Falun Gong in his speeches and asked the public security system to persecute Falun Gong.

In 2020, the CCP began to implement a “clear” operation against Falun Gong practitioners. This instruction was issued by the Central Political and Legal Committee, the 610 Office, and the Ministry of Public Security in an attempt to force Falun Gong practitioners to give up their beliefs. The “clearance” operation directly led to a large number of Falun Gong practitioners being kidnapped and harassed, and even illegally sentenced and persecuted to death.

During Wang Xiaohong’s tenure in Fujian, Henan, and Beijing, many cases of persecution of Falun Gong occurred in his location, including illegal kidnapping, illegal reeducation through labor, illegal sentence, torture, extortion, death and disability.

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