BEIJING, Sept. 26 (Xinhua) -- Chinese prosecutors have filed corruption indictments against former senior Tibet legislator Le Dake and former state-owned enterprises' senior executives Wang Tianpu, Si Xianmin, and Wang Shuaiting.
Le, former deputy head of the Standing Committee of Tibet Autonomous Regional People's Congress; Wang Tianpu, former general manager of China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation; Si, former general manager of China Southern Airlines; and Wang Shuaiting, former vice chairman of China Travel Service (Holdings) Hong Kong Limited, are accused of accepting bribes in four separate cases.
Local prosecutors in Henan, Jiangxi and Guangdong have accused the four of taking advantage of their posts to seek benefits for others and of accepting "huge amounts" of money and gifts, according to a statement by the Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP) on Monday.
Wang Tianpu is also accused of taking advantage of his position to seek illegal interests for others through other officials, according to the indictment.
Wang Tianpu and Wang Shuaiting have been indicted for embezzlement of public funds and property.