Three officials, including Wang Sanyun, former chief of the Gansu provincial committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and a senior national legislator, have been charged with bribery, China’s top procuratorate said in a statement on Wednesday.
Wang took advantage of his position and power to seek profits for others and accepted a large amount of money and property, according to the release from the Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP).
Wang was vice chairman of the Education, Science, Culture and Public Health Committee of the 12th National People's Congress after leaving the post of Gansu Party chief.
Zhou Chunyu, former vice governor of east China's Anhui Province, was charged with bribery, hiding foreign deposits, abuse of power and insider trading.
And Cai Xiyou, former general manager of China's state-owned chemical firm Sinochem Group, was indicted for bribery and taking advantage of his posts to seek profits for others.