Saturday, November 1, 2014   

(NPC) Premier Li says corrupt officials will be dealt with regardless of status
(03-13 13:45)

Premier Li Keqiang said today Beijing will show “zero tolerance’’ to corrupt officials and corrupt behavior, regardless of status, adding that those violating party rules or national laws “will be seriously dealt with.’’
He was speaking at a briefing to the media following the end of the annual session of the National People's Congress, the apex legislature, in Beijing.
He said the rule of law will prevail in the fight against corruption.
Li also pointed out that boundaries will be set for the of exercising powers and that the powers being delegated will be made public.—The Standard
   
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