Sunday, April 26, 2015   

Anti-graft website asks the public to expose corruption
(04-08 13:08)

The ruling Communist party’s disciplinary watchdog launched a new section on its website inviting the public to report corruption and misconduct.
The party’s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection website, www.ccdi.gov.cn, has published 183 cases relating to breaches of the eight-point anti-bureaucracy and formalism guidelines.
Every Monday, the website will name officials who have breached the guidelines.
According to the CCDI, the public is encouraged to expose officials who use public money for gift cards, travel and dining and accept online consumption cards.--Xinhua

   
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