The funeral director uses power to seek private gain: monopolize the business and let the poor borrow money to do funeral.

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 The funeral director uses power to seek private gain: monopolize the business and let the poor borrow money to do funeral.


Do not ask Mr. Yin and Yang not to send cars, lie low priced items only for abnormal death, according to the Library Regulations to sell high prices of flowers, the collection in the museum can be cremated on time - the means of collecting money in Chaoyang City funeral parlor is really simple and rough. At these charges, the funeral home will issue three different bills: invoices, receipts, and purchase lists, covering the official seal of the Chaoyang City funeral parlor and the undertaker Service Co., Ltd. Because the funeral parlor is a public welfare unit, a large amount of charges with a profiteering nature, naturally all by the latter for various funeral service names - and funeral homes and funeral companies in a toll window. Funeral profiteering is not a new topic. Although there are clear provisions for strictly prohibiting service, charging, charging or charging no service, this stipulates that it is so thorough in this funeral parlor that it is so thorough. During his tenure as the director of the Chaoyang City funeral home, Zhao Fengyang invested enterprises in the library, and made money with his own power, which was a typical way of seeking power. The regulations of the disciplinary sanction of the Communist Party of China clearly stipulates that after leaving or retiring, the party members may not violate the relevant regulations and engage in profit - making activities related to the business of the original post. After Zhao Fengyang retired, he still used the funeral parlour to monopolize business privileges, which greatly violated the party discipline and national law. Death is the end of everyone. Let the relatives have a decent funeral. This is the simple feeling of all the families. High end funeral services can be marketed, but they must not occupy the basic funeral services, nor can they benefit themselves. Source: Beijing News Editor: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310 Funeral profiteering is not a new topic. Although there are clear provisions for strictly prohibiting service, charging, charging or charging no service, this stipulates that it is so thorough in this funeral parlor that it is so thorough. During his tenure as the director of the Chaoyang City funeral home, Zhao Fengyang invested enterprises in the library, and made money with his own power, which was a typical way of seeking power. The regulations of the disciplinary sanction of the Communist Party of China clearly stipulates that after leaving or retiring, the party members may not violate the relevant regulations and engage in profit - making activities related to the business of the original post. After Zhao Fengyang retired, he still used the funeral parlour to monopolize business privileges, which greatly violated the party discipline and national law. Death is the end of everyone. Let the relatives have a decent funeral. This is the simple feeling of all the families. High end funeral services can be marketed, but they must not occupy the basic funeral services, nor can they benefit themselves.