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Cai Guangliao

Cai Guangliao
Native name
蔡广辽
Born1958 (age 59–60)
Guangdong, China
AllegiancePeople's Republic of China
Service/branchPeople's Liberation Army
RankMajor general (Shao Jiang)
Commands heldDeputy Director of the Social and Legislative Committee of the Guangdong Provincial Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (2013–2015)
Cai Guangliao
Traditional Chinese蔡廣遼
Simplified Chinese蔡广辽

Cai Guangliao (born 1958) is a Chinese senior police officer who spent most of his career in South China's Guangdong province. He was investigated by the Communist Party of China's anti-graft agency in January 2015 and removed from office in January 2015.[1] Previously he served as the Deputy Director of the Social and Legislative Committee of the Guangdong Provincial Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.[2] Cai is the third senior political adviser to come under investigation in Guangdong province.[2]

Cai is a major general in the armed police, which is overseen by the military commission.[2]

Life and career

Cai was born and raised in Guangdong province. In November 1973, during the Cultural Revolution, Cai became a sent-down youth and worked in Shixing County.

In September 1975, he was accepted to Guangdong Politics and Law Cadre Institute (广东省政法干部学校) and graduated in September 1977. After college, he was assigned to the Guard Bureau with the Guangdong Public Security Department. And he served as deputy director of the general office of the Guangdong provincial Party committee and director of the Guard Bureau with the Guangdong Public Security Department from September 2003 to July 2012.[2] He attained the rank of major general (shao jiang) on August 2006.

In February 2013, he was appointed the Deputy Director of the Social and Legislative Committee of the Guangdong Provincial Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.[2]

On October 30, 2014, he was taken away by anti-graft officers from the military's Discipline Inspection Commission.[2][3][4] On January 13, 2015, he was removed from office.[5]

References

  1. ^ "Guangdong official caught in graft probe". Shanghaidaily. January 14, 2015.
  2. ^ a b c d e f Zheng Caixiong (2015-01-14). "Senior police officer in Guangdong probed". Chinadaily.
  3. ^ "官方证实广东省委办公厅副主任、少将蔡广辽违法". China.COM (in Chinese). 2015-01-14.
  4. ^ "广东省公安厅党委副书记蔡广辽被军纪委调查". Tencent (in Chinese). 2015-01-14.
  5. ^ "广东公安厅副书记蔡广辽被免去政协委员资格". Chinadaily (in Chinese). 2015-01-14.