The Qiaotou District Prosecutor's Office concluded nine election bribery cases.
(Photo by reporter Cai Qinghua)
[Reporter Cai Qinghua/Kaohsiung Report] The Qiaotou District Prosecutor’s Office concluded its investigation and prosecuted 9 election bribery cases today, including Qiu Lianfa, the chief of Longduli in Meinong District, Zhuang Baisong in Dalin Village in Qishan District, Wu Jiaru in Renmei Village in Niaosong District, and Changlin in Dajin Village in Liugui District. Five elected village chiefs, including Wencha and Dazhuang village chief She Nengwen in Gangshan District, were sued for invalid election.
The indictment pointed out that from August to October this year, Qiu Lianfa, who was elected as the head of Longduli in Meinong District, asked voters to vote for their support at the price of 1,000 yuan per vote, and filed a public prosecution against Qiu Lianfa and other eight defendants. v.
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Zhuang Bosong, the elected head of Dalin Village in Qishan District, bribed voters in November this year with a price of 1,000 yuan per vote. Zhuang and other two people filed a public prosecution and filed a lawsuit of invalid election. The remaining four voters were given deferred prosecution.
In September this year, Wu Jiaru, who was elected chief of Renmei Village in Niaosong District, filed a public prosecution with 2,000 yuan per vote.
Lin Wencha, the head-elect of Dajin Village in Liugui District, and She Nengwen, the head-elect of Dazhuang Village in Gangshan District, were suspected of moving a number of relatives and friends to false household registration. Both defendants were prosecuted, and they also filed a lawsuit of invalid election .
In addition, the candidate for city councilor surnamed Liu asked voters to vote for them by donating masks, anti-epidemic alcohol, rice, noodles and other livelihood materials, and filed a public prosecution with the other three defendants; The candidate surnamed Li Chen, and the candidate surnamed Weng resident representative of Namasia District, were both suspected of bribing voters and were prosecuted for violating the Election and Strike Law.