Wang Tie

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Wang Tie
王铁
Vice Chairman of Henan People's Congress
In office
January 2018 August 2018
Chairman Xie Fuzhan
Vice Governor of Henan
In office
January 2012 January 2018
Governor Guo Gengmao→Xie Fuzhan→Chen Run'er
Communist Party Secretary of Xinyang
In office
November 2006 January 2012
Preceded byLiu Huailian
Succeeded byGuo Ruimin
Mayor of Xinyang
In office
February 2003 December 2006
Preceded byLiu Huailian
Succeeded byGuo Ruimin
Communist Party Secretary of Jiyuan
In office
December 2001 February 2003
Preceded byTie Daisheng
Succeeded byZhou Chunyan
Mayor of Jiyuan
In office
February 2000 December 2001
Preceded byGeng Jianguo
Succeeded byZhou Chunyan
Personal details
BornOctober 1957 (age 63)
Biyang County, Henan, China
Political party Communist Party of China (1986-2018; expelled)
Alma mater Zhengzhou University
China University of Political Science and Law
Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese
Simplified Chinese

Wang Tie (Chinese :王铁; born October 1957) is a former Chinese politician who served as the Vice Director of Henan People's Congress. He was dismissed from his position in August 2018 and placed under investigation by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and the National Supervisory Commission. [1] [2]

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Career

Wang was born in October 1957, and he was graduated from Zhengzhou University, China University of Political Science and Law and Huazhong University of Science and Technology. He served as the teacher of Henan Business School, the officer of the Business Department of Henan, the deputy director of Henan Salt Administration, the manager of Henan Deputy Food Company, the deputy director of the Trade Department of Henan, the Mayor of Jiyuan, and the Secretary of the CPC Jiyuan Committee. [3]

In 2003, Wang was appointed as the mayor of Xinyang, and promoted to the post of the party secretary in 2006. He was appointed as the Vice Governor of Henan, then he was appointed as the Vice Director of Henan People's Congress in 2018. [3]

Downfall

On August 17, 2018, Wang Tie was placed under investigation by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, the party's internal disciplinary body, and the National Supervisory Commission, the highest anti-corruption agency of the People's Republic of China, for "serious violations of regulations and laws". [4] According to the report, he turned himself in, gave back his illicit gains and showed sincere remorse. [5] On November 19, 2018, Wang was expelled from the Communist Party and demoted to a "deputy department director level" (副处级) position. [6] [7] The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection said in a statement that Wang was found to have severely violated political discipline and political rules, conducted vote buying and canvassing in elections, refused to report personal matters to authorities, took advantage of his posts to assist relatives in business and illegally accepted gifts and money, and violated the life discipline. [6] [7]

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References

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  2. Guo Ping (郭萍) (17 August 2018). "禁酒令"第1人王铁落马 曾被官员情妇扯出卖官传闻. 163.com (in Chinese). Retrieved 17 October 2018.
  3. 1 2 王铁 简历. People's Daily Online (in Chinese).
  4. 河南省人大常委会党组副书记、副主任王铁涉嫌严重违纪违法接受中央纪委国家监委纪律审查和监察调查. 中央纪委国家监委网站. Retrieved 2018-08-19.
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Government offices
Preceded by
Geng Jianguo  [ zh ]
Mayor of Jiyuan
2000–2001
Succeeded by
Zhou Chunyan  [ zh ]
Preceded by
Liu Huailian  [ zh ]
Mayor of Xinyang
2003–2006
Succeeded by
Guo Ruimin  [ zh ]
Party political offices
Preceded by
Tie Daisheng  [ zh ]
Communist Party Secretary of Jiyuan
2001–2003
Succeeded by
Zhou Chunyan
Preceded by
Liu Huailian
Communist Party Secretary of Xinyang
2006–2012
Succeeded by
Guo Ruimin