Recently, the Shanghai Discipline Commission (SCC) announced that Chen Xiaofeng, deputy governor of Songjiang District of Shanghai, was suspected of serious violations of discipline and law, and had taken the initiative to explain the problem to the organization. He is currently undergoing disciplinary review and supervision by the SCC.
Chen Xiaofeng (Information Map)
According to public information, Chen Xiaofeng was born in December 1968 in Shanghai and had been working in Songjiang District before.
In his early years, he worked in the local primary school, and later entered the organizational department and office of Songjiang District Committee. Since 2000, he has served as vice mayor of Xiangbei Town and vice secretary of the Party and Labor Committee of Zhongshan Street.
In 2017, 10 years after serving as Secretary of the Party and Labor Committee of Zhongshan Street, Chen Xiaofeng was promoted to the vice-governor of Songjiang District until this time when he took the initiative to explain the problem.
Reporters noted that, unlike corrupt officials who had voluntarily surrendered before, the Discipline Commission used the expression has voluntarily explained the problem to the organization in its report on Chen Xiaofengs investigation, which is rare.
Ai Wenli, the first provincial and ministerial cadre to surrender after the 19th National Congress, notified by the Discipline Commission in mid-July last year that Ai Wenli, the former vice-chairman of the Hebei CPPCC, had surrendered himself on suspicion of serious violations of discipline and law, and when Wang Tie, deputy secretary and deputy director of the Party Group of the Standing Committee of the Henan Provincial Peoples Congress, was inspected the following month, he also said that he had sur
When Qin Guangrong, the former Secretary of the Yunnan Provincial Party Committee, was inspected this month, the disciplinary commissions bulletin was voluntary surrender without the word surrender.
Peoples Dailys analysis of the expression voluntary surrender shows that voluntary surrender is a legal term. Article 67 of the Criminal Law of China stipulates that voluntary surrender after a crime and truthful confession of ones crime is voluntary surrender. Criminals who surrender themselves may be given lighter or mitigated punishment. Among them, those who commit less serious crimes may be exempted from punishment. If a criminal suspect, a defendant or a criminal serving a sentence who has taken coercive measures truthfully confesses other crimes of his own that the judicial organ has not yet mastered, he shall surrender himself.
That is to say, from the legal point of view, surrender has two components: voluntary surrender and truthful confession of their crimes. Surrender is the basic condition of surrender, but if the confession is not true after surrender, it does not constitute surrender.
According to the article, in nature, the subject of voluntary surrender has constituted a crime and violated the criminal law, in which the suspected duty offender can surrender to the supervisory department, and the suspected offence under the jurisdiction of the public security organ should surrender to the public security organ; while the subject of voluntary surrender does not necessarily constitute a crime, if it constitutes a violation of discipline, it can voluntarily surrender to the disciplinary commission; Official offences that have not yet constituted official crimes may also be voluntarily submitted to the Supervisory Committee. However, the above circumstances do not constitute official crimes and can not be called surrender. Only when it constitutes a duty crime and is sufficient to be transferred to the judicial organs can it possibly constitute surrender.
Chen Xiaofengs resume
Chen Xiaofeng, male, born in December 1968, is a Han nationality, a member of the Communist Party of China, and an on-the-job postgraduate student.
From July 1987 to August 1993, he worked in Fangta Primary School of Songjiang County and Experimental Primary School of Songjiang County successively.
From August 1993 to January 2000, he worked in the organizational department and office of the Songjiang District (County) Committee successively.
From January 2000 to January 2001, he was appointed Deputy Mayor of Xiangbei Town, Songjiang District.
From January 2001 to November 2001, he was deputy director of Zhongshan Street Office in Songjiang District.
From November 2001 to January 2004, he was Deputy Secretary of the Party and masses of the Party and Labor Committee of Zhongshan Street in Songjiang District.
From January 2004 to October 2006, he served as Deputy Secretary and Director of the Party and Labor Committee of Zhongshan Street in Songjiang District.
Since October 2006, he has been Secretary of the Party and Labor Committee of Zhongshan Street in Songjiang District.
From January 2017, he was appointed Vice District Director of Songjiang District.
May 2019, subject to disciplinary review and surveillance.
Source: Liable Editor of New Beijing News: Li Hang_BJS 4645