China’s Communist Party targets Hangzhou in anti-graft drive

Senior cadres in the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou – including those who have retired or stepped down within the last three years – will be questioned by anticorruption investigators to see if they or their family members have colluded with business or have conflicts of interest.The announcement from the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection on Monday came just two days after the Communist Party’s top anticorruption watchdog announced that the city’s party chief Zhou Jiangyong was…