Li Wenxi, former vice chairman of Liaoning Provincial People’s Political Consultative Conference, is under investigation for serious violations of discipline and law, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and the State Supervision Commission announced tonight.
The governor of Chang’an Street noticed that he was nearly 71 years old and was the first former provincial and ministerial level cadre to be dismissed this year.
According to public reports, Li Wenxi was born in March 1950 and worked in Liaoning public security system for a long time. He served as director of the provincial public security department in May 2002 and was promoted to vice chairman of the provincial people’s Political Consultative Conference in January 2008. It was not until March 2011 that he was removed from the post of director of the Department because he reached the age limit and became a full-time vice chairman of the provincial CPPCC.
The governor of Chang’an Street noticed that Li Wenxi, who retired from the leadership post, did not take a complete rest, but took up the post of vice president of the China Police Association. Until December 2019, he also attended the activities in this capacity and in the name of “chairman of Liaoning Provincial Police Association”.