A former senior executive at the state-run China Southern Power Grid has been arrested for suspected bribery, the state prosecutor said on Tuesday, the latest official to fall victim to the government’s battle against graft.
Qi Dacai was a vice president and director at the company until he was put under investigation for corruption by the ruling Communist Party in March.
The state prosecutor said that its branch in the southern province of Guangdong had approved the arrest, and that the probe was still ongoing. It gave no further details.
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