China appoints new security chief



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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