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Post by Sim on Tue Oct 09, 2018 3:18 am



Interpol president resigns amid Beijing probe
[The Canadian Press]
The Canadian PressOctober 7, 2018



LYON, France — Interpol says a Chinese official who was reported missing has resigned as head of the international police agency. The update came after Beijing announced Meng Hongwei was under investigation in China.

Interpol said Sunday night that Meng had resigned as president of the agency's executive committee, effectively immediately. It did not say why.

Meng is China's vice minister of public security. His whereabouts and status have been mysteries since his wife reported Friday that she had not heard from him since he went to China at the end of September.
The disciplinary organ of China's ruling Communist Party said Sunday night that Meng is "currently under the monitoring and investigation" of China's new anti-corruption body, for unspecified legal violations.
Interpol, based in Lyon, France, said the senior vice-president of its executive committee, Kim Jong Yang of South Korea, would become acting president.

The Associated Press


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China says ex-Interpol chief focus of bribery probe back home

FILE PHOTO: INTERPOL President Meng Hongwei poses during a visit to the headquarters of International Police Organisation in Lyon, France, May 8, 2018. Jeff Pachoud/Pool via Reuters/File Photo


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By Tony Munroe and Richard Lough
ReutersOctober 8, 2018


BEIJING/PARIS (Reuters) - China said on Monday it was investigating former Interpol chief Meng Hongwei for bribery and other violations, days after French authorities said the Chinese official had been reported missing by his wife after traveling to his home country.
Under President Xi Jinping, China has been engaged in a sweeping crackdown on official corruption. On Sunday, Interpol, the France-based global police coordination body, said that Meng had resigned as its president.

"The investigation against Meng Hongwei taking bribes and suspected violations of law is very timely, absolutely correct and rather wise," China's Ministry of Public Security said in a statement on its website.
"The investigation of Meng Hongwei fully shows there is no privilege and no exception in front of the law, and anyone who violates the law must be severely punished," it added.
Officials should never be allowed to "negotiate terms or haggle" over positions within the party, the ministry said, referring to China's ruling Communist Party.

French media on Sunday broadcast video of Meng's wife Grace speaking to a small group of journalists at a hotel in Lyon, her back to a TV camera in order to hide her appearance and her voice trembling.
"This is a matter for the international community. It concerns the people of my motherland," she said.

She showed journalists a text message on her mobile phone with an image of a knife, sent by her husband as a way of showing her that he felt he was in danger, French media reported.

POLICE PROTECTION

Meng, 64, became president of the global police cooperation agency in late 2016 amid a broader effort by China to secure leadership posts in international organizations. His appointment prompted concern at the time from rights groups that Beijing might try to leverage his position to pursue dissidents abroad.

"Meng's sudden disappearance ... has clearly undermined China's own efforts and has lent credence to those who said previously that China was not ready to take on such important international leadership roles," said Paul Haenle, Director at the Carnegie–Tsinghua Center in Beijing.

France's Interior Ministry said on Friday that Meng's family had not heard from him since Sept. 25, and French authorities said his wife was under police protection in Lyon, where Interpol is headquartered, after receiving threats.
Presidents of Interpol are seconded from their national administrations and remain in their home post while representing the international policing body.
A source at the agency declined to say whether it was usual for an Interpol president to bring his family to France, or whether Interpol provided housing for Meng.

Meng's predecessor, Frenchwoman Mireille Ballestrazzi, lived in Paris and traveled to Lyon for meetings when her presence was required.
China's foreign ministry said on Monday that China would continue to provide support for Interpol's work.

(Reporting by Tony Munroe, Stella Qiu and Michael Martina in BEIJING and Richard Lough in PARIS; Editing by Simon Cameron-Mooren and Peter Graff)
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Re: Giám Đốc Interpol từ chức

Post by 8DonCo on Tue Oct 09, 2018 9:03 am

Interpol cũng phải thua Công An Nhân Dân  Laugh

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Post by Kokuyukai on Tue Oct 09, 2018 11:01 am

Đã leo lên tới chức GD Interpol , sống tại Pháp yên thân cho rồi đi ...bầy đặt nhớ quê cha đất tổ về cho bị vướn lưới tụi chệt cộng .

Bị Mr Trump chơi trade war, tụi chệt cộng bây giờ sanh quạo giở trò giận cá chém thớt thôi ..chả có gì lạ cả.
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Re: Giám Đốc Interpol từ chức

Post by Sim on Tue Oct 09, 2018 11:02 am


Cái tay này chắc là dùng hệ thống cảnh sát quốc tế điều tra cán bộ tầu chuyển tiền ra nước ngoài cho nên động đến quan lớn .... scratch
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Post by KatN on Tue Oct 09, 2018 11:06 am

100% là he bị tụi Chinese thủ tiêu rồi


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Post by Kokuyukai on Tue Oct 09, 2018 11:20 am

KatN wrote:100% là he bị tụi Chinese thủ tiêu rồi

Đi qua xứ chệt + bây giờ cho dù hỏng bị thủ tiêu thì đi về Pháp cũng đi cà dẹo cà dẹo như trần đại quang bị "virus lạ" tấn công nữa...
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Post by ga10 on Tue Oct 09, 2018 11:26 am

Không biết ông này có liên quan gì tới vụ Phạm Băng Băng 0 nửa?
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Post by 8DonCo on Tue Oct 09, 2018 11:53 am

Wife of ex-Interpol chief Meng Hongwei, held in China, says she's "in great danger"


LYON, France -- The wife of the former Interpol president who disappeared in China has detailed to The Associated Press telephoned threats she received that prompted French authorities to place her under police protection. In her first one-on-one interview since Meng Hongwei went missing, Grace Meng also told the AP that speaking out about the disappearance of her high-profile husband was placing her "in great danger."
Untold scores of people have been swept up in an official anti-corruption crackdown under authoritarian President Xi Jinping, and Meng, a long-time Communist Party official, appears to be the latest high-profile person to disappear under its pretences.
Grace Meng said she received a threatening phone call, warning her that China's government had dispatched people to try and find her in France, and an alarming text from her husband with an emoji of a knife. She says she has had no information on where he is.
As CBS News correspondent Ben Tracy reported on Tuesday, China's detention of Meng is shining a harsh light on Beijing's crackdown on alleged graft and disloyalty. Meng, a Chinese citizen who worked for years in the highest level of China's security institutions before heading up Interpol, mysteriously vanished during a trip home and was forced to resign his post.
China has said he's being investigated for bribery and other crimes, but the way they apprehended him was a bold and brazen move by the Chinese government, and Tracy says there could be significant consequences.
Some are now questioning whether Chinese officials should be tapped to lead international organizations like Interpol if the Chinese government can simply make them vanish.
Meng was named president of Interpol in 2016 and was living in Lyon, France, where the organization is based. He came back to China for a visit last month and went missing. His wife says before he disappeared, she received the text message from him showing a knife emoji, and she believes it was to warn her he was in danger.

The Chinese government now admits they detained Meng and are accusing him of taking bribes and other crimes.

Interpol says it was not informed Meng was under investigation, and the Chinese only admitted to having him in custody after Interpol demanded an explanation.

Chinese President Xi Jinping has led a high-profile crackdown on corruption in the Communist Party. In the past six years, more than 1.5 million party officials have been punished. But it is also widely viewed as a way for Xi to take down political rivals and those he considers disloyal.

Tracy says that in China, the courts answer to the Communist Party, too, so Meng's detention is basically the same thing as a conviction. He could even face the death penalty.

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Re: Giám Đốc Interpol từ chức

Post by vietnam4all on Tue Oct 09, 2018 12:01 pm

Trung quốc còn cho người qua tận nơi những tay tham nhũng để hù họ và còn bất buộc họ phải về nước.

Đây không phải là lần đầu tq đã làm


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Post by Kokuyukai on Tue Oct 09, 2018 12:03 pm

Chỉ biết rằng bây giờ tụi chệt + rất ghim cái chế độ Mr Trump ...cho nên công dân Mỹ đừng đi du lich nhiều qua xứ này  trong lúc này...tuy rằng Bộ Ngoại Giao Mỹ chưa ra thông cáo chính thức khuyên công dân Mỹ đừng nên đi du lịch ... Lol

Dĩ nhiên ai cảm mình thấy vô danh tiễu tốt thì nên đi thoã mái .. vì sao ?

Vì tụi chệt + chả thèm ngó vào thứ vô danh tiểu tốt làm chi chó tốn sức, tốn công mà thôi ..tụi nó ngó vào thành phần công chức cao cấp làm việc trong Chế độ Mr Trump kìa.. hay những tổ chức có tầm quốc tế ...

Tụi chệt + đang thắm đòn cú trade war của Mr Trump đi .... nên chúng nó ghim lắm nhen...
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Post by vietnam4all on Tue Oct 09, 2018 12:18 pm

Rồi tới giờ hiển thánh của trump advisor lên đồng.


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Re: Giám Đốc Interpol từ chức

Post by 8DonCo on Tue Oct 09, 2018 12:18 pm

Laugh Laugh Laugh Laugh

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Post by Kokuyukai on Tue Oct 09, 2018 12:21 pm

vietnam4all wrote:Trung quốc còn cho người qua tận nơi những tay tham nhũng để hù họ và còn bất buộc họ phải về nước.

Đây không phải là lần đầu tq đã làm

Đó là những tay có làm việc hay từng dính líu dây rể mọ6 với tụi chế độ Bắc kinh ..tụi nó mới ra oia hù như vậy , hay tụi nó đã giữ cán dao làm Blackmail thân nhân người ta còn kẹt trong xứ Chệt cộng kìa...

Chớ dân chệt chả có dính líu gì với chế độ BK ai mà sợ sự hù của chúng đây ... thiên hạ chệt còn ghi danh vào các tổ chức Falun Gong (tổ chức này tụi chệt cộng thù tận thấu xuơng đó) múa Thiền ở các Chinatown cuối tuần đó sao ?


Thật ra tên đầu sỏ chệt làm cho Interpol có cái gì đó... hỏng đuọc "Catholique" cho lắm nên từ chức sớm thôi .. chắc tụi chệt + nắm cái đuôi nào đó mới hăm he là từ chức rồi .. thôi thì chờ thời gian trả lời đi..cũng là thứ dân chệt đấm đá với nhau thôi mà Laugh Laugh
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Post by Kokuyukai on Tue Oct 09, 2018 12:23 pm

vietnam4all wrote:Rồi tới giờ hiển thánh của trump advisor lên đồng.

Nói chiện sao khờ vậy ta.,,, forum chế ra là đê cho thiên hạ lên đồng nhé.. Laugh Good Morning

Thế VN4A có cảm giác lên đồng hong ! Lol Lol

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