Former Inner Mongolia senior legislator expelled from CCP

By April 30, 2019 May 8th, 2019 Personnel Tracker, Public

News: Former Inner Mongolia People’s Congress Standing Committee (PCSC) Vice Chairman Xing Yun (邢云) was expelled from CCP for serious violation of party discipline and law.

Quick Take: An Inner Mongolia local, Xing had spent his entire career in the province, and had served as Political and Legal Commission Chairman for five years before stepping down to PCSC Vice Chairman in 2012, as he approached retirement age. Xing was indeed under investigation last October, and his ouster is followed by several others in the region’s public security sector, including former Inner Mongolia Public Security Deputy Director Meng Jianwei (孟建伟). Due to such collapsing corruption, CCP has determined to deeply clean up the region’s public security sector, and Inner Mongolia is now one of the only three out of all 31 provinces where its Vice Party Secretary concurrently serves as the Political and Legal Commission Chairman.