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After being caught on camera taking a bribe to help his dad win his father’s election, a senior legislator has reportedly been barred from doing any political activity in his constituency.
Chen Guihua was caught on camera accepting the bribe, with a video of him taking the money shown at the end. Chen, who is a member of Legislative Council of the Shanghai Rural Region, received the bribe from a man, who is seen carrying the phone, which he used to record the video. Chen is seen saying goodbye, apparently to the person he took the bribe from.
The video was uploaded on social media, with the poster claiming it showed the payment of $2,000 to Chen by the man.
As the video was uploaded, Chen’s district head Wang Zhanyao expressed shock and said he could not work with the lawmaker. Wang said he will not allow Chen to do any political activities in his district.
“I do not agree with taking any bribe or supporting someone who does so,” Wang wrote in a text message.
A lawyer said Chen will not get another opportunity to run for political office as the district head will ban him from doing political activities in his region.
The man who reportedly took the bribe is a local official associated with a firm with which Shen is connected to. The firm’s owner is also a senior member of the local legislature, according to reports.
The official was not available for comment yesterday.
Chen, whose father is the Shanghai municipal leader, was sworn in as the county legislature’s new member in July. He is from the city of Shuqing, east of Shanghai.
One of the world’s largest manufacturers of mobile phone components, Foxconn in northern China announced Monday that it had started a massive round of layoffs.
A source with direct knowledge of the situation, who did not want to be named, said that the company plans to cut roughly 30,000 workers.
Foxconn is one of the world’s top 20 manufacturers of mobile phones, making the vast majority of its products in the United States. It also makes iPhones, iPads, and other tablet devices. Foxconn, which employs more than 50,000 people in 20 countries, has recently faced criticism regarding working conditions in China, which saw major protests in 2013.
The company did not respond to a
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