Rules adopted to keep anti-graft teams hon­est

China Daily (Canada) - - NEWS CAPSULE -

The coun­try’s 500,000-plus cor­rup­tion in­ves­ti­ga­tors are be­ing placed un­der stricter su­per­vi­sion as a reg­u­la­tion to stan­dard­ize graft probes was adopted.

Ex­perts said the reg­u­la­tion, passed at the an­nual ple­nary meet­ing of the top anti-cor­rup­tion watch­dog — the Cen­tral Com­mis­sion for Dis­ci­pline In­spec­tion of the Com­mu­nist Party of China — can help en­sure an un­sul­lied dis­ci­plinary team, af­ter some cor­rupt in­ves­ti­ga­tors were ex­posed.

The reg­u­la­tion sets clear stan­dards on how to han­dle cor­rup­tion tips, how to check and re­view cases and how to man­age ill-got­ten money and as­sets, ac­cord­ing to a re­port pub­lished on the com­mis­sion's web­site on Sun­day.

China launched a mas­sive an­ti­cor­rup­tion and aus­ter­ity cam­paign as the top Party lead­er­ship was elected in late 2012.

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