China appoints new security chief

China`s top legislature appointed Guo Shengkun as minister of public security, replacing Meng Jianzhu.

Beijing: China`s top legislature on Friday appointed Guo Shengkun as minister of public security, replacing Meng Jianzhu.

Guo`s previous post was party chief of south China`s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, reported Xinhua.

Guo, 58, holds a doctoral degree in management and had long worked in the country`s non-ferrous metal sector.
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