Gripping Conclusion Nears for Pension Fund Scandal – Yang Haipeng, Luo Changping and Chenzhong Xiaolu

From Caijing Magazine:

In an apartment in the Luwan district of Shanghai, an old couple has saved a well-worn newspaper dated July 27, 2007. The headline reads, “China’s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection Answers Reporters on Chen Liangyu’s Serious Violation of Principles.”

“We know nothing more than what was printed in the paper,” said the husband, Chen Genghua (ÈôàÊõ¥Âçé), an 86-year-old retired engineer, as his wife, Li Mouzhen (ÊùéË∞ãÁúü), bears a look of sadness and distress.

The person mentioned in the headline is Shanghai’s disgraced former party secretary, who has been embroiled in a multi-billion yuan pension fund scandal. Chen is also the eldest of the couple’s three sons. [Full Text]


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