Anti-graft campaign goes online for tipsters
China’s is going online to get tips about corrupt officials who flee abroad and transfer illegally acquired assets overseas.
The top anti-graft watchdog has opened a special channel on its website to receive the tips, according to a statement provide to China Daily by the Communist Party of China Central Commission for Discipline Inspection. The statement said people providing tips should follow the rules on the website, including giving their name and contact details.
By the end of last year, more than 150 corrupt officials were still at large in the United States, with billions of yuan sent illegally to that country through money laundering and underground banks, according to the Ministry of Public Security.