Cases: ‘Mech­a­nism can ‘Job be in­ter­view’more ef­fec­tive’ in­trigues ne­ti­zens

China Daily (Canada) - - TOP NEWS - By ZHANG YUNBI zhangyunbi@chi­nadaily.com.cn

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As of Wed­nes­day, five male can­di­dates and four fe­males had been sched­uled, one by one, to present in­for­mal brief­ings sched­uled fromTues­day to Thurs­day.

The cam­paign is in­trigu­ing the Chi­nese pub­lic in part be­cause of the color added by fe­male can­di­dates and the can­di­dates’ con­nec­tion with China — eight out of the nine have vis­ited the coun­try.

The UN Sys­tem’s branch in China has of­fered live video stream­ing as well as live Chi­nese lan­guage in­ter­pre­ta­tion through its ac­count on Weibo. China’s largest so­cial net­work.

Recorded video clips for each can­di­date— around two hours long each — are also avail­able for ne­ti­zens. anti-graft bureau formed last year can help the jus­tice sys­tem to fo­cus on the most dan­ger­ous type of cor­rup­tion of­fenses.

Pre­vi­ously, the top procu­ra­torate could not con­cen­trate on the high­est level of cor­rup­tion due to a lack of power and staff mem­bers to over­come “in­sti­tu­tional bar­ri­ers”, Hong said.

Yao said the new anti-graft mech­a­nism can also be more ef­fec­tive in pre­vent­ing lo­cal ad­min­is­tra­tions from in­ter­fer­ing with in­ves­ti­ga­tions in­toThethe­v­ideo­most se­ri­ousofMon­tene­gro’scas­esof For­eign Min­is­ter Igor Luk­sic at­tracted more than 300 com­ments and 500 re­posts alone.

The in­ter­preters for the brief­ing with Luk­sic were the sub­ject of com­plaints as well as praise among Chi­nese ne­ti­zens.

One, whose user­name is @Xiex­i­aowany­ing, said that “the in­ter­preter is funny”, while @fangx­i­aobai­hua said, “It is so com­mon to see er­rors when no writ­ten ma­te­ri­als are pro­vided.”

Chen Jian, former UN un­der­sec­re­tary-gen­eral and a vet­eran Chi­nese diplo­mat, said the UN’s me­dia cam­paign, es­pe­cially the use of so­cial net­works, “ef­fec­tively adapts the UN Sys­tem to the chang­ing me­dia land­scape, in which there are in­creas­ing,

(It will be dif­fi­cult) to es­ti­mate who will stand out to be the new UN chief un­til July.”

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