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|Secretary-General of the Shanxi Committee of the Communist Party of China|
February 2013 – August 2014
|Preceded by||Du Shanxue|
|Succeeded by||Wang Weizhong|
|Head of the United Front Work Department of Shanxi Province|
January 2011 – February 2013
|Preceded by||Li Zhengyu|
|Succeeded by||Bai Yun|
|Communist Party Secretary of Lüliang|
February 2006 – January 2011
|Preceded by||Guo Hailiang (郭海亮)|
|Succeeded by||Du Shanxue|
|Mayor of Lüliang|
July 2004 – February 2006
|Preceded by||(City founded)|
|Succeeded by||Dong Hongyun|
|Born||July 1955 (age 63)|
|Political party||Communist Party of China (expelled)|
|Alma mater||Liaoning Technical University|
Nie Chunyu (born July 1955) is a former Chinese politician from Shanxi province. He served on the province's party Standing Committee, and as the Secretary-General of the Party Committee, a position responsible for the coordination and execution of routine party work. Prior to that he served as the Head of the party's provincial United Front Work Department, and Party Secretary of Lüliang. He was removed from office in August 2014 along with several high-ranking colleagues, and placed under investigation for corruption by the party's anti-graft agency.
He got involved in politics in October 1976 and joined the Communist Party of China in August 1973.
In March 2004 he became the Deputy CPC Party Chief of Lüliang, rising to Party Chief in 2006. He also served as the mayor of Lüliang between July 2004 to February 2006. In January 2011, he was elevated to the head of the United Front Work Department of the provincial Party committee and became a Standing Committee member of the CPC Shanxi Committee. Two years later, he became secretary general of the standing committee.
On August 23, 2014, Nie Chunyu was being investigated by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Communist Party of China for "serious violations of laws and regulations". On August 28, he was removed from office. The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection concluded on February 3, 2015, that Nie had "used the convenience of his office to seek gain for others and took a huge amount of bribes, took monetary and other gifts; and committed adultery." On October 19, 2016, Nie was sentenced to 15 years for guilty of bribery.