New round of anti-graft in­spec­tions launched

China Daily (USA) - - TOP NEWS - XUWEI

The coun­try’ s top dis­ci­plinary watch­dog ini­ti­ated a newround of anti-graft in­spec­tions on Wed­nes­day, tar­get­ing the Com­mu­nist Party of China of­fi­cials at 27 cen­tral de­part­ments and public in­sti­tu­tions.

The teams, the 11th such group sent by the C PC Cen­tral Com­mis­sion for Dis­ci­pline In­spec­tion, should pri­or­i­tize in­spec­tions of strict gov­er­nance of the Party and “res­o­lutely” safe­guard the au­thor­ity of the CPC Cen­tral Com­mit­tee, said Wang Qis­han, head of the com­mis­sion, at a meet­ing in Beijing.

The newround in the in­spec­tion cam­paign comes theweek af­ter the Sixth Ple­nary Ses­sion of the 18th CPC Cen­tral Com­mit­tee, which passed two in­tra-Party dis­ci­plinary reg­u­la­tions and de­clared Pres­i­dent Xi Jin­ping as the Party’s “core” leader.

Such in­spec­tions were launched by the com­mis­sion to su­per­vise Party and gov­ern­ment de­part­ments in fight­ing cor­rup­tion since the 18th CPC Na­tional Congress in 2012.

More than 200 or­ga­ni­za­tions have been in­spected in the past four years, andweak Party lead­er­ship, lack­lus­ter Party-build­ing and mal­prac­tice in per­son­nel ar­range­ment were among the com­mon prob­lems found.

The tar­gets of the lat­est in­spec­tion are 27 cen­tral agen­cies, in­clud­ing the Supreme Peo­ple’ s Court, the Supreme Peo­ple’s Procu­ra­torate, the Party School of the Cen­tral Com­mit­tee of the CPC and Guang­ming Daily, as well as of­fi­cial public in­sti­tu­tions such as the Red Cross So­ci­ety of China.

Ad­di­tion­ally, Beijing and Chongqing mu­nic­i­pal­i­ties, Gansu prov­ince and the Guangxi Zhuang au­ton­o­mous re­gion will be re-in­spected to see if they have fixed their prob­lems, ac­cord­ing to the CCDI.

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