"Electric tiger" outcropped, power anti-corruption rises to the country for the first time
Zhu Changlin, assistant general manager of Guodian, was investigated
Electricity anti-corruption rises from the local to the national level
According to media reports, Zhu Changlin, assistant to the general manager of the State Grid Corporation, director of the North China branch and secretary of the party committee, has been taken away for investigation.
According to the analysis, this means that the anti-corruption of electric power has risen from the local power grid level to the national power grid level for the first time. Anti-corruption has reached the brow of the "power tiger", and the level of anti-corruption has been further extended. If last year was the year of punishing "local tigers," then this year's keyword is likely to be "central enterprises."
Transferred to North China Power Grid in 2013
Zhu Changlin worked in Henan Electric Power Company in his early years. In 2002, he was transferred to Sichuan Electric Power Company as general manager and legal representative. In 2009, he was transferred to Beijing Electric Power Company as general manager. In 2013, Zhu Changlin was transferred to North China Power Grid, serving as the director of the North China branch, secretary of the party committee, and concurrently as the assistant general manager of the State Grid Corporation of China.
Zhu Changlin is a member of the CPPCC National Committee. He called for the promotion of UHV construction during the two sessions this year.
In March of this year, some media reported that the National Audit Office would be stationed in the State Grid and to conduct an audit of the former Beijing Electric Power Company's general manager Zhu Changlin. At that time, Zhu had left Beijing Electric Power and was transferred to be the director of the North China branch.
Working in Sichuan with Li Chuncheng and Guo Yongxiang
Zhu Changlin served as the top leader of Sichuan Electric Power for 7 years, and he had an intersection with Li Chuncheng, the former deputy secretary of the Sichuan Provincial Party Committee, and Guo Yongxiang, the former deputy governor of Sichuan, who had just publicly announced the investigation. A veteran in the power industry said that Zhu Changlin's accident was not unexpected, but it is not clear in which term the problem occurred. In addition, the Beijing Electric Power Company, which Zhu just left, also has a special position within the State Grid.
According to previous reports, from April 4, the National Audit Office has sent hundreds of people to the State Grid Corporation of China to conduct supervision and audits on the main leaders of state-owned enterprises. According to an insider in the industry, “the auditor requires the top leader of the second-level unit to turn on the phone 17 hours a day. The work is quite confidential, and the auditor will not be notified to pick up the airport until he is on the road.”
The five regional power grid companies, including North China Power Grid, are affiliated to the State Grid Corporation of China. They were established in 2003 in accordance with the requirements of the power system reform. Originally, they had to establish an independent legal person and implement shareholding reforms. However, in 2011, the State Grid forced the abolition of the five regional companies and the establishment of regional branches. Among them, North China Power Grid Company was retained for a while due to special circumstances. This move was interpreted by the outside world as "cutting the Fan".
"Electric Tiger" was investigated in many places this year
The first shot against corruption in the power system has already been fired. Before Zhu Changlin was investigated, many local "electric tigers" had been investigated.
On February 2014, 2, the Guangdong Provincial Commission for Discipline Inspection reported that Wu Zhouchun, the former general manager of Guangdong Power Grid Corporation, was under investigation for suspected serious violations of discipline.
The website of the Ministry of Supervision of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection announced on April 4 that Ma Linguo (deputy department-level), director of the Yinchuan Power Supply Bureau of Ningxia Electric Power Company, was suspected of serious violations of discipline and is currently under investigation.
There are also many anti-corruption actions at the coal level related to the power system. On April 2014, 4, Song Lin, Chairman of China Resources Group, was investigated and suspected of serious violations of discipline and law. The issue involved in Song Lin is related to Shanxi coal. In addition, in April this year, Wei Pengyuan, deputy director of the Coal Department of the National Energy Administration, was also investigated.
National Audit Office stationed in the State Grid
It is worth noting that long before Zhu Changlin was investigated, the National Audit Office had arranged relevant personnel to be stationed in the State Grid. Starting from April 4, the National Audit Office sent hundreds of people from five special offices to the State Grid Corporation of China, and is conducting an audit of the economic responsibilities of Chairman Liu Zhenya. This is a supervisory audit for the main leaders of state-owned enterprises.
Liu Zhenya, 62 years old, took the post of General Manager and Party Secretary of the State Grid Corporation of China at the end of 2004. This year is his tenth year as the head of the State Grid Corporation of China. In the process of establishing the board of directors of the State Grid Corporation of China in May 2013, Liu Zhenya resigned as general manager and became chairman and party secretary, and Shu Yinbiao took over as general manager.
The anti-corruption keyword of the year may be "central enterprises"
After a year of fighting corruption, the level of anti-corruption has been further extended. If last year was the year of punishing "local tigers," then this year's keyword is likely to be "central enterprises."
According to earlier media reports, Song Lin, the former chairman of China Resources Group, was suspected of serious violations of discipline and triggered a chain reaction. The anti-corruption storm of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection against the top executives of central enterprises is further expanding. In addition, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection has also clearly defined the responsibilities of the leader of the discipline inspection team stationed in central enterprises-full-time anti-corruption.
On March 3, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission held a special meeting. Yang Xiaodu, deputy secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, conveyed Wang Qishan's instructions on improving the party style and anti-corruption of state-owned enterprises to the secretaries of 26 central enterprises' discipline inspection commissions (leader of the discipline inspection team) And put forward suggestions for implementation. The full-time anti-corruption of the discipline inspection team of central enterprises has also been clarified.
According to People's Daily Online, Caixin