Original title: The female deputy director of the Provincial Public Security Department was dealt with seriously!
Today (October 27), the Supreme People’s Procuratorate announced that Zhang Lijie, the former first-level inspector of the Fujian Provincial Public Security Bureau, was suspected of taking bribes and usury on loan. The Quanzhou Intermediate People’s Court filed a public prosecution.
On September 3 this year, Zhang Lijie was “double-opened”. After investigation, Zhang Lijie, as a leading cadre of a party member in a political and legal organization, lost her ideals and beliefs, abandoned her original mission, undermined the bottom line of principles, ignored party discipline and national laws, speculated and used interest-free loans and high-interest loans to amass wealth, use power to suppress others, and arbitrarily intervene. Personnel arrangements and case handling, against organizational review; Violating the spirit of the eight central regulations, accepting gifts that may affect the fair execution of official duties, accepting beauty services that may affect the fair execution of official duties; reporting personal matters in violation of regulations, hiring and promotion in cadres To seek benefits for others in violation of regulations; to receive gift money in violation of regulations, to borrow money from management service objects without interest, and to obtain large returns through private loans; to intervene in violation of regulations and to intervene in judicial and law enforcement activities; to violate life discipline; to violate national laws and regulations and constitute duties Illegal; taking advantage of the position, or taking advantage of the conditions formed by power and status, to seek benefits for others, illegally accepting other people’s property, and suspected of bribery crimes by taking advantage of the functions and status formed by other state staff members; at the same time, suspected of the crime of usury on-lending.
Zhang Lijie is a native of Fujian, and her official career has never left Fujian. Before falling from the horse, Zhang Lijie served as Director of the Third Division of the Organization Department of the Fujian Provincial Party Committee, a member of the Party Committee and Director of the Political Department of the Fujian Provincial Public Security Department, a member of the Party Committee, a deputy director of the Fujian Provincial Public Security Department, and a first-level inspector.
In the report of the disciplinary inspection department, it was specifically mentioned that Zhang Lijie “accepted beauty services that may affect the fair execution of official duties.” Violations related to beauty often appear in the disciplinary and law-breaking plots of female officials who are dismissed from horses. For example, Ren Hua, the former party member and vice chairman of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region Government, was accused of “accepting extravagant consumption arrangements such as banquets and shopping, high-end beauty that may affect the fair execution of official duties”; former member of the Standing Committee of the Party Committee and Vice President of North China University of Technology Shen Zhili was also criticized by the discipline inspection department as “indulging in beauty and living extravagantly”.
Zhang Lijie’s prosecution is also the epitome of the current public security system’s strong anti-corruption efforts. In the recent period, there have been many cases concerning the anti-corruption actions of the Public Security Departments of various provinces. Since September this year alone, there have been He Guangping, former deputy secretary of the Party Committee and deputy director of the Guangdong Provincial Public Security Department, Tian Yuguo, Chief of the Traffic Police Corps of the Shandong Provincial Public Security Department (Director of the Traffic Management Bureau), and first-level police commissioner Tian Yuguo, Henan Provincial Public Security Department Second-level police commissioner Wang Ping, former party committee member and deputy director of the Public Security Department of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Zhang Xiaomin, second-level police commissioner of Jiangxi Provincial Public Security Department Gan Qinghua, former head of the Criminal Investigation Corps of the Shandong Provincial Public Security Department (former director of the Criminal Investigation Bureau) Tian Zaimou, former deputy secretary of the party committee and deputy director of the Jiangsu Provincial Public Security Department, Chen Yizhong, were investigated one after another.
In addition, the former “top leader” of the Provincial Public Security Department has also been dealt with recently. On August 16, Liu Xinyun, former deputy governor of Shanxi Province and former director of the Public Security Department, was expelled from the party and public office for serious violations of discipline and law. After investigation, Liu Xinyun lost his political principles and had no “four consciousnesses”. He participated in gangs in the party, formed “political liars”, was keen on political speculation, and caused bad political influence; he violated the spirit of the eight central regulations and accepted possible influence Perform official banquets fairly; fraudulently obtain academic qualifications, arranging and using secretarial staff in violation of regulations; using position convenience to seek benefits for others in business operations, job adjustments, case handling, etc., and illegally accept huge amounts of property; eager for quick success, rejoicing, and abuse of power Cause heavy losses.
The French Open is intact, but not leaking. The lessons of the above cases are very profound. Leading cadres in the public security system should know the law and set an example.
Source: Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and State Supervision Commission website, Supreme People’s Procuratorate website, etc.