Anti-graf cam­paign fo­cuses on gov­ern­ment depts.

China Daily (Canada) - - NEWS CAPSULE -

China’s top anti- graft watch­dog in­tends to in­ten­sify its in­spec­tions of gov­ern­ment de­part­ments and state-owned or­ga­ni­za­tions next year, ac­cord­ing to an of­fi­cial.

“The ef­forts are part of the in­spec­tions be­gun af­ter the 18th Na­tional Congress of the Com­mu­nist Party of China in 2012,” said Luo Lip­ing, a Cen­tral Com­mis­sion of Dis­ci­plinary In­spec­tion of­fi­cial charged with or­ga­niz­ing in­spec­tions, in an in­ter­view on the com­mis­sion’s web­site.

“The in­spec­tion of Sta­te­owned en­ter­prises is an im­por­tant com­po­nent of the over­all tasks, and it took in­spec­tors two years to look into 55 State-owned en­ter­prises,” Luo said. He added that they had made 11,000 in­quires to com­pa­nies’ staff mem­bers, re­sponded to about 110,000 whis­tle-blow­ing let­ters and in­ves­ti­gated about 500 com­pa­nies af­fil­i­ated with the State-owned en­ter­prise.

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