Book on Re­form

Beijing Review - - THIS WEEK SOCIETY -

The Peo­ple’s Pub­lish­ing House has brought out a new book, What­makes Re­for­man­dopeningup­suc­cess­ful? The book, on the rea­son and ex­pe­ri­ence be­hind the suc­cess of China’s 40-year re­form and open­ing up, is com­piled by the Chi­nese Academy of Gov­er­nance.

It de­scribes the course and achieve­ments of the ini­tia­tive un­der the lead­er­ship of the Com­mu­nist

Party of China, and sum­ma­rizes the Chi­nese ex­pe­ri­ence, wis­dom and ap­proach ob­tained in the process.

The book is avail­able at Xin­hua Book­store out­lets. Cen­tral Com­mit­tee has is­sued a trial reg­u­la­tion on how lead­ing Party mem­ber groups should dis­cuss and de­cide dis­ci­plin­ing Party mem­bers.

Dis­ci­pline in­spec­tion groups, sent by the CPC Cen­tral Com­mis­sion for Dis­ci­pline In­spec­tion and the Na­tional Su­per­vi­sory Com­mis­sion, have the re­spon­si­bil­ity of su­per­vi­sion.

A dis­ci­pline in­spec­tion group sta­tioned at a depart­ment is re­spon­si­ble for fil­ing and in­ves­ti­gat­ing cases of dis­ci­pline vi­o­la­tions com­mit­ted by city-level of­fi­cials of the depart­ment, the reg­u­la­tion said.

The dis­ci­pline in­spec­tion group will make a pre­lim­i­nary sug­ges­tion for pun­ish­ment and dis­cuss it with the depart­ment’s lead­ing Party mem­ber group. The case will then be trans­ferred to cen­tral dis­ci­pline in­spec­tion and su­per­vi­sion au­thor­i­ties for trial af­ter the two groups reach a con­sen­sus.

Cases of dis­ci­pline vi­o­la­tions by county-level of­fi­cials of a depart­ment can be in­ves­ti­gated and tried by the Party com­mit­tee and the de­part­men­tal dis­ci­pline in­spec­tion com­mis­sion.

The penalty should be dis­cussed and de­cided by the depart­ment’s lead­ing Party mem­ber group, and ad­vised by the dis­ci­pline in­spec­tion group sta­tioned at the depart­ment.

The reg­u­la­tion will go into ef­fect on Jan­uary 1, 2019.

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