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|Vice-Chairman of the Shanxi People's Congress|
January 22, 2014 – March 2014
|Deputy Party Secretary of Shanxi|
September 2010 – March 2014
|Preceded by||Xue Yanzhong|
|Succeeded by||Lou Yangsheng|
|Secretary of the Shanxi Commission for Discipline Inspection|
August 2006 – March 2011
|Preceded by||Jin Yinhuan|
|Succeeded by||Li Zhaoqian|
|Born||December 1953 (age 65)|
|Political party||Communist Party of China|
|Alma mater||Beijing Union University|
Central Party School of the Communist Party of China
Jin Daoming (born December 1953) is a former Chinese politician who spent his career in Beijing and Shanxi province. Of Manchu descent, Jin worked for China's top anti-corruption body between 1993 and 2006. He was then transferred to work in Taiyuan as the head of the provincial anti-corruption agency and later, Deputy Party Secretary of Shanxi province. Jin was placed under investigation by the same agency he once worked for on suspicion of corruption in 2014. He was sentenced to life in prison.
Jin worked in the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Communist Party of China as an officer between January 1993 to August 2006.
In August 2006, Jin was promoted to the provincial party standing committee of Shanxi province, and the Secretary of the Shanxi Commission for Discipline Inspection; he was appointed the Deputy Party Secretary of Shanxi in September 2010.
On February 27, 2014, Jin was being investigated by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Communist Party of China for "serious violations of laws and regulations". Chinese media reported that Jin's mistress worked in the local real estate industry. The party investigation concluded that Jin "abused his power for the illicit gain of others, solicited and accepted bribes in the form of cash and gifts and committed adultery." Jin was expelled from the Communist Party of China on December 21, 2014.
The prosecution alleged that Jin took over 123.7 million yuan in bribes (~$18 million) in exchange for his assistance in the restructuring of coal companies and in dishing out favours for associates during party disciplinary work. On October 14, 2016, Jin was convicted on charges of bribery and sentenced for life in prison.
|Party political offices|
| Deputy Party Secretary of Shanxi