On the afternoon of January 20, the Seventh Session of the Sixth Peoples Congress of Shenzhen held its third plenary session. The meeting adopted a decision on accepting Qiu Haiyins resignation from the post of Director of the Standing Committee of the Shenzhen Peoples Congress at his retirement age.
The presidium of the Congress appraised Qiu Hai as politically firm, with a strong sense of Party spirit, experienced leadership, integrity, impartiality and integrity, and high prestige in the organs of the Municipal Peoples Congress, deputies to the Peoples Congress and cadres.
During his tenure at the NPC, the Standing Committee of the Municipal Peoples Congress continued to promote legislation in key areas and supervision of major matters, and achieved good results. Legislative work adheres to the link between legislative decision-making and reform decision-making, deliberates and passes regulations on food safety supervision, police assistant personnel, medical treatment and personnel work, which strongly promotes the reform and innovation of Shenzhen in the new period. Supervisory work adheres to problem orientation, pays attention to improving actual results, and continuously promotes supervision in such fields as budget and final accounts review, urban safety, rail transit construction, education, medical and cultural undertakings, and ecological environment management, so as to promote the effective implementation of key work in our city.
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According to the open resume, Qiu Hai was born in January 1956. His official career has been in Guangdong Province. He has served as the deputy director of the investigation department, the director of the political research department and the Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Discipline Committee of Guangdong Province.
In July 2012, Qiu Haitiao was appointed Secretary of the Standing Committee and Discipline Commission of the Shenzhen Municipal Committee. Qiu Hai, with more than 30 years of experience in discipline inspection, quickly set off an anti-corruption hurricane in Shenzhen.
Shortly after he took office, Han Jiang, then deputy director of the Standing Committee of the Nanshan District Peoples Congress of Shenzhen City, Ye Qian, then deputy director of the Shenzhen Construction and Works Department, and Jiang Zhengping, then director of the Shenzhen Peoples Defense Committee, were investigated successively.
Since 2013, the Shenzhen Discipline Inspection and Supervision Authority has investigated and dealt with a number of former or current street leaders suspected of violating discipline and law. In less than two years, 12 street Party and Labor Committee secretaries fell out of business because of corruption. The practice and experience of flying in Shenzhen have also attracted the attention of CCTVs Focus Interview column.
The reporter of the Beijing News noticed that the case of Zhou Weisi, a 2 billion village official who had been stirred up by the media before, was directly investigated and dealt with by the Shenzhen Disciplinary Commission.
Qiu Hai believes that sometimes a small village official can become a bull nose to investigate corruption cases, which can lead to a higher level of corruption officials. He pointed out that if left unchecked, flies could also become tigers.
In November 2012, netizens reported that Zhou Weisi, a village official, had more than 80 private properties, 20 luxury cars and 2 billion assets. On November 27, the relevant departments launched an investigation and suspended Zhou Weisis post as executive vice-president of Nanlian Community Workstation in Longgang District, Shenzhen City.
Zhou Weisi said that there are more than 10 cars under his personal and company name, including Porsche, Mercedes-Benz and BMW, but most of them are used cars; how many real estate units he has, he cant calculate for a moment, but certainly not 80. They claim that their assets are legitimate gains and that they have completed capital accumulation before they are elected as community cadres.
According to Guangming. com: At the end of November 2012, a real estate declaration data was obtained from the authoritative department, which confirmed that between 1999 and 2010, 64 real estate products were declared to Longgang Street under Zhou Weisis personal name, with a total floor area of more than 110,000 square meters and an area of more than 30,000 square meters. In addition, the family declared a total of 76 real estate properties with 12 registered children and their wives.
On January 24, 2013, the Shenzhen Peoples Procuratorate investigates Zhou Weisi on suspicion of bribery and bribery. On the same day, Zhou Weisi was detained criminally.
On August 22, 2018, the Guangdong Provincial Higher Peoples Court decided on the second trial that the defendant Zhou Weisi had committed the crime of accepting bribes, accepting bribes from non-state functionaries and bribery from units. He decided to execute 14 yearsimprisonment and impose a fine of RMB 2.1 million. The stolen money returned by defendant Zhou Weisi will be confiscated and handed over to the treasury.
In June 2015, Qiu Hai was elected Director of the Standing Committee of the Sixth Peoples Congress of Shenzhen and promoted to Deputy ministerial level at the first meeting of the Sixth Peoples Congress of Shenzhen.
During the group deliberations of Shenzhen delegation of Guangdong Provincial Capital and CPPCC in 2016, Qiu Hai, referring to the issue of supervision by the NPC, said that he was very confused and did not dare to transfer complaint letters to the judicial organs for fear of interfering in judicial trials. He believes that how the NPC supervises judicial organs should be clear.
At that time, Qiu Hai was appointed Director of the Standing Committee of the Shenzhen Peoples Congress for only half a year. He said that in the past six months, he had received 200 letters from relevant visitors, because he was afraid of interfering with the judiciary, he only sent one letter to the Shenzhen Intermediate Court, and the others were not approved.
He said that one of the letters was from an old couple whose sons were killed more than a decade ago. The civil compensation part attached to the letters was more than 100,000, but only 120,000 were executed.
Its about two old peoples pension. Im not afraid to criticize it. Qiu Hai said he forwarded the letter to the president of Shenzhen Intermediate Court.
It is worth mentioning that Qiu Hai is also quite accomplished in literature. His reportage Saving the Yellow Land won the first prize for excellent works in the second Guangdong periodical, and his prose The Communist Complex of the Hometown won the first prize for essay solicitation in the China Discipline Inspection and Supervision Newspaper. He also published a collection of prose and essays Xiao Zha of Reason.
Resume of Qiu Hai
Qiu Hai, male, Han nationality, born in January 1956, Fengshun, Guangdong Province, took part in work in August 1972, joined the Communist Party of China in December 1975, graduated from the Department of Political Education, South China Normal University, with an in-service university degree and a masters degree in law.
August 1972-March 1973, Counselor of No.62 Middle School in Guangzhou
March 1973-August 1974, History Studies in Guangzhou Normal School
August 1974-December 1980, Ten-year School Teachers and Propaganda Section Officers of Huangpu Port Authority
From December 1980 to December 1988, members of the Discipline Commission of Guangdong Province and cadres at the regular level (during which, from February 1981 to December 1985, the undergraduate course of correspondence in the Department of Political Education, South China Normal University; from September 1987 to September 1988, he was appointed Deputy Secretary of the Discipline Commission of Nanxiong County)
From December 1988 to August 1991, Deputy Director of Investigation and Research Department of Guangdong Discipline Commission (deputy Department level)
From August 1991 to October 1994, Deputy Director of Investigation and Research Department of Guangdong Discipline Commission (at the official level)
From October 1994 to April 1996, Director of Policy and Regulation Research Department of Guangdong Discipline Commission (deputy Department level)
From April 1996 to July 2000, the Standing Committee of the Discipline Commission of Guangdong Province (during which, from March 1997 to July 1997, the Ministry of Advanced Education of the Central Party School studied)
From July 2000 to March 2012, Deputy Secretary of the Discipline Commission of Guangdong Province (during the period from March 2001 to December 2003, Master of Law major in Sun Yat-sen University Law School, and one-year training course for young and middle-aged cadres in the Central Party School from March 2007 to January 2008)
From March 2012 to May 2012, Deputy Secretary of Discipline Commission of Guangdong Province and Secretary of Party Leadership Group of Provincial Organization
May 2012-July 2012, Secretary of the Party Leadership Group of Guangdong Province
July 2012-May 2015, Secretary of the Standing Committee and Discipline Commission of the Shenzhen Municipal Committee
June 2015-January 2019, Director of the Standing Committee of the Shenzhen Peoples Congress and Secretary of the Party Group
Source: Yang Yi_NBJ10647, Responsible Editor of Beijing Newspaper