Former Chinese security minister Sun Lijun charged with taking ‘huge’ bribes

Prosecutors in northeast China have officially charged Sun Lijun, a former public security minister, with accepting a “huge amount” of bribes, market manipulation and the illegal possession of firearms.The official Xinhua News Agency said Sun, 53, was indicted by state prosecutors in Changchun in Jilin province and will face trial soon.‘No mercy’ in anti-corruption drive, Xi warns Communist PartyHis case is one of the most high-profile corruption cases involving the security apparatus in recent…


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