Guo Boxiong, a former vice-chairman of China's powerful Central Military Commission, was expelled from the Communist Party for alleged corruption and handed over to military prosecutors. He is the highest-ranking military official to be netted in President Xi Jinping’s corruption crackdown.
At least one general and two lieutenant generals on the list of those punished for links to jailed former chief of joint staff, according to sources.
Former vice-chairman of China's Central Military Commission, who faces prosecution for taking bribes, courted favour with ex-president to become one of the leaders of the country’s military
The former vice-chairman of the powerful Central Military Commission is the most senior military official to be investigated for corruption in the ongoing anti-graft campaign