Yao Cinci (center)Photo: Xinhua / Globallookpress.com
EU country for the first time gave China a fugitive. It is reported by the China Daily.
Bulgaria extradited to his homeland, Yao Csince the former official, who is the Central Commission for discipline inspection (CCPD) was accused of accepting bribes. Yao became the first Chinese, whose country is a member of the EU has ever given to the Chinese authorities. The extradition was the first since then, as CPD was approved in March.
Interpol issued a “red notice” against nuclear weapons in October. 17 October, Bulgarian police arrested him and a week later it was decided to send a former official in China, where he will stand trial.
Yao Zinzi was Deputy head of the district Xinchang in Zhejiang province. He left China in 2005 and was one of the most wanted corrupt in the country, reported Global Times. He was suspected of abuse of office and receiving large sums of money and gifts as bribe.
In CKD the decision to extradite is called the result of successful cooperation between Chinese and foreign institutions in countering corruption. “Justice will prevail”, — reads the statement of the Commission. It power also called for all corrupt officials to surrender voluntarily.
“Red notice” or notification marked “red corner” (Red Notice) means that the power of all 194 States cooperating with the international police organization, required to arrest the suspect, if he tries to cross their border.
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