Chinese prosecutors have filed cases against four local officials on suspicion of taking bribes, the Supreme People's Procuratorate said Wednesday.
Wang Fuqiang, former inspector of Tianjin investment and promotion office, was accused of taking bribes and has been transferred to public prosecution departments, a procuratorate statement said.
Lu Wang, former deputy director of Jizhou District people's congress of Tianjin, is being probed for taking bribes and placed under "coercive measures."
Li Yaoxin, former chairman of the supervisory board of INESA (Group), a state-owned enterprise with a mission to develop information technology and smart city construction, is being investigated for taking bribes and placed under "coercive measures."
Gao Yuqing, former Party chief of Shandong Academy of Governance, has been arrested on bribery charges.