The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection said Liu Shiyu (right) had not upheld the principles of a Communist Party member, made inappropriate public speeches and lacked “political vigilance” and awareness of confidentiality rules. Photo: Xinhua
The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection said Liu Shiyu (right) had not upheld the principles of a Communist Party member, made inappropriate public speeches and lacked “political vigilance” and awareness of confidentiality rules. Photo: Xinhua

China’s former securities regulator Liu Shiyu gets light punishment after graft probe

  • Anti-corruption watchdog finds 58-year-old used his role for personal gain, broke the rules to help others work in financial system, and accepted gifts
  • He has been given two years’ probation, had his civil servant rank downgraded and his illegal gains have been confiscated

The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection said Liu Shiyu (right) had not upheld the principles of a Communist Party member, made inappropriate public speeches and lacked “political vigilance” and awareness of confidentiality rules. Photo: Xinhua
The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection said Liu Shiyu (right) had not upheld the principles of a Communist Party member, made inappropriate public speeches and lacked “political vigilance” and awareness of confidentiality rules. Photo: Xinhua
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