Top graft-buster: En­hance in­spec­tions

China Daily (USA) - - TOP NEWS -

In­spec­tion is a strate­gic and sys­tem­atic in­tra-Party su­per­vi­sion ar­range­ment that will be fur­ther de­vel­oped af­ter the 19th Na­tional Congress of the Com­mu­nist Party of China, to be held later this year, top graft-buster Wang Qis­han said. Wang, head of the CPC Cen­tral Com­mis­sion for Dis­ci­pline In­spec­tion, made the re­marks in an ar­ti­cle car­ried Mon­day by Peo­ple’s Daily, the flag­ship news­pa­per of the CPC.

Wang said the author­ity of in­spec­tion is as­sured by the cen­tral­ized and uni­fied lead­er­ship of the CPC Cen­tral Com­mit­tee and em­pow­ered by the Party Con­sti­tu­tion.

“Without the lead­er­ship of the CPC Cen­tral Com­mit­tee, the in­spec­tion would not play such a big role and achieve such re­mark­able re­sults,” he said.

Dur­ing the 12 rounds of in­spec­tion by cen­tral in­spec­tion au­thor­i­ties since the 18th CPC Na­tional Congress in 2012, 277 Party or­ga­ni­za­tions have been in­spected, 16 pro­vin­cial-level re­gions have been re-ex­am­ined and flex­i­ble in­spec­tions of four in­sti­tu­tions un­der the cen­tral au­thor­i­ties have been car­ried out, he said.

The in­spec­tions also cov­ered ma­jor state-owned en­ter­prises, cen­tral fi­nan­cial in­sti­tu­tions and ma­jor uni­ver­si­ties, among oth­ers, ac­cord­ing to the ar­ti­cle.

This is the first time the Party has suc­cess­fully in­spected all these en­ti­ties within an ad­min­is­tra­tive term, it said.

“All of the prob­lems dis­cov­ered dur­ing the in­spec­tions re­flect the weak­en­ing of Party lead­er­ship, de­fi­ciency in Party build­ing and in­ad­e­quate work in strict Party gov­er­nance,” he said. Wang was speak­ing of lead­er­shipat all lev­els of the Party.

Without the lead­er­ship of the CPC Cen­tral Com­mit­tee, the in­spec­tion would not play such a big role and achieve such re­mark­able re­sults.” Wang Qis­han, head of the CPC Cen­tral Com­mis­sion for Dis­ci­pline In­spec­tion

The root is in the re­laxed and un­healthy in­tra-Party po­lit­i­cal life, he said.

In the bat­tle to safe­guard a clean po­lit­i­cal en­vi­ron­ment, great re­sults have been achieved in strict Party gov­er­nance.

In­spec­tion au­thor­i­ties usu­ally make pub­lic the list of tar­get units and col­lect in­for­ma­tion through var­i­ous chan­nels be­fore car­ry­ing out an in­spec­tion.

They also open hot­lines and mail­boxes to in­for­ma­tion on dis­ci­plinary vi­o­la­tions dur­ing in­spec­tion, while feed­back and rec­ti­fi­ca­tion of tar­geted units are also pub­li­cized af­ter the in­spec­tion.

The in­spec­tions have been linked to innovative ap­proaches and other break­through sin Party gov­er­nance.

“The prob­lems we are fac­ing have been ac­cu­mu­lated over a long pe­riod and there­fore re­quire a long pe­riod of time to solve,” he added.

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