Anti-graf campaign focuses on government depts.
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.