The vice chairman of the Xinjiang government, Ren Hua, has been arrested on bribery charges and accused of engaging in superstitious practices and accepting high-end beauty treatments

China’s Supreme People’s Procuratorate (SPC) announced on Monday that ren Hua, a former CPC member and vice chairman of the People’s Government of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, has been transferred to the procuratorial organs for investigation and prosecution.

The Supreme People’s Procuratorate has decided to arrest Ren Hua on suspicion of taking bribes. The case is being further handled.

On November 30, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) announced that Ren Hua had been “double-opened”. Ren lost his ideals and beliefs, abandoned his original mission, was not loyal to the Party, and deliberately tried to fight censorship and engage in superstitious activities, the CCDI said. In violation of the spirit of the Eight-point Rule of the CPC Central Committee, he/she accepted extravagant consumption arrangements such as banquet, shopping and high-end beauty products that may affect the impartial performance of official duties, entered and left private clubs in violation of rules, and accepted gifts and money in violation of rules. Do not report personal matters according to the regulations, and take part in the self-established alumni association against the rules; To make illegal loans and obtain large returns, and to make profits like large amounts of money by borrowing management and services; He regarded public power as a tool for personal gain, took advantage of his position to seek benefits for others in enterprise management, project contracting and land transfer, and illegally accepted a huge amount of money and property.

Born in March 1964 in Yantai, Shandong Province, Ren has been working in Xinjiang since 1986, when he graduated from Xinjiang University with a degree in Chinese literature.