On October 13, the former party secretary and director of the Department of Land and Resources of Jiangxi Province, Liu Jifu, fell from the horse. Netizens clapped their hands on the fall of corrupt officials, saying, “Now backtrack 20 years, you retire are going to catch you.”
Jiangxi Provincial Commission for Discipline Inspection and Supervision Committee released news on the 13th, the former party secretary and director of the Jiangxi Provincial Department of Land and Resources Liu Jiefu suspected of serious disciplinary violations, is under investigation.
Liu Jiefu, 72, who has retired, is a native of Ji’an, Jiangxi, and has served as secretary of the Jinggangshan Municipal Party Committee, secretary of the Jiujiang Municipal Party Committee, and secretary of the Party Group of the Jiangxi Provincial Land and Resources Department from June 2005 to March 2006; in January 2010, he was secretary of the Party Group and director of the Provincial Land and Resources Department.
The news of Liu Jiefu’s fall triggered hot debate on microblogging, netizen I am a fat man who can fly: “The most corrupt officials in China is Jiangxi, there is no one, the official environment so.”
Xie Baoqing, the big boss of the Black Cloud Walled City: “Everyone in this position is not clean, I am responsible for this statement.”
All are shakti heartstrings were plucked: “Check Jiangxi again there must be!!!”
Goodbye Sun Wukong丶：”Push forward 20 years 30 years.”
The right ear is still early dz: “Catch the retired to deter the current, you greedy retirement are going to catch you.”
Currently, China’s real estate industry is under close official scrutiny, and government departments and financial institutions such as the Department of Land and Resources related to real estate are also facing investigations.
The Wall Street Journal on Oct. 11 cited sources familiar with the matter as revealing that a central inspection was stationed at 25 financial institutions in October, with work focusing on whether there were irregularities between state-owned banks, investment funds, financial authorities and a number of private enterprises. Any officials found to have improper dealings with private companies will be investigated and charged.