On December 15, Xu Honglan (female), a member of the Leading Party member of wuhan Municipal government and vice mayor of Wuhan, was investigated for unspecified reasons. Netizens have commented on this, and the news has also been listed on the most searched list on Weibo.
The investigation of Xu honglan has attracted a lot of attention from mainland Netizens. Xu Honglan, vice-mayor of Wuhan, has been searched on Weibo, with more than 25 million views as of 5:30 PM Tuesday.
Netizens commented: “We should thoroughly investigate the official circles in Wuhan to see how many high-ranking officials there are with problems.” “After the epidemic, I knew that the Wuhan government was a piece of shit. I didn’t know how to move forward even when I was whipped. That kind of mud couldn’t help the wall and it was too garbage.
“Proportionately, female officials have been searched more in recent years, and often with a string of officials.” “The death of a person killed by a top official should be investigated all over the country.” “It was Big Secretary who was taken away for tea, and now it’s… The reckoning has to start.” “The cadres who come out of the Communist Youth League are basically three without any belief, incompetence or virtue.”
Xu Honglan, 54, is a native of Honghu, Hubei province with a master’s degree. She once served in Wuhan Municipal Party Committee of the Communist Youth League for nearly six years. From October 2000 to July 2006, she served as deputy Secretary of Wuhan Municipal Party Committee, member of party Committee and deputy Secretary of Party Committee of the Communist Youth League. From July 2006 to September 2011, served as member of the Standing Committee and Secretary of the Discipline Inspection Commission of Wuhan Wuchang District Party Committee; From September 2011 to June 2015, served as deputy Secretary of Wuhan Hanyang District Committee, acting district head and district Head; From June 2015 to December 2016, Served as secretary of Wuhan Hanyang District Committee; From December 2016 to May 2017, served as secretary of Wuhan Hanyang District Committee and Director of the Standing Committee of the District People’s Congress; From May 2017 to May 2017, he served as party member and vice mayor of Wuhan Municipal Government.