Liu Qiang, a former vice-governor of northeast China’s Liaoning Province, stands trail in Beijing on Thursday charged with taking bribes of 10.6 million yuan and disrupting elections. Photo: Xinhua

China wraps up vote-buying scandal as former vice-governor of Liaoning stands trial

  • Liu Qiang charged with taking bribes of US$1.5 million, disrupting elections
  • Charges are the last chapter in a corruption scandal that erupted in 2011 and claimed six top officials
Topic |   Corruption in China

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Liu Qiang, a former vice-governor of northeast China’s Liaoning Province, stands trail in Beijing on Thursday charged with taking bribes of 10.6 million yuan and disrupting elections. Photo: Xinhua
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