Pub­lic can re­port crimes linked to the mil­i­tary

China Daily European Weekly - - News Digest -

The pub­lic can re­port crimes com­mit­ted by mil­i­tary per­son­nel or dam­ag­ing in­for­ma­tion re­lated to na­tional se­cu­rity to mil­i­tary author­i­ties via a new web­site that be­gan op­er­at­ing on Jan1. In­ter­net users can re­port cases of theft or leaks of mil­i­tary se­crets, false ru­mors about the Peo­ple’s Lib­er­a­tion Army or any­one im­per­son­at­ing the mil­i­tary to — the new site launched by the Com­mit­tee for Po­lit­i­cal and Le­gal Af­fairs of the Cen­tral Mil­i­tary Com­mis­sion. Ex­perts say this site and one launched in Novem­ber will al­low the pub­lic to su­per­vise mil­i­tary per­son­nel, curb false in­for­ma­tion on the in­ter­net and make ru­mor­mon­gers ac­count­able for their ac­tions. The other web­site, in­dex.htm, be­gan op­er­at­ing on Nov 19. It is op­er­ated by China Mil­i­tary On­line, the of­fi­cial web­site of PLA Daily news­pa­per, un­der the guid­ance of the Cen­tral Mil­i­tary Com­mis­sion’s Po­lit­i­cal Work Depart­ment.

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