15 January 2016
Overseas China watchers have lauded the country’s anti-graft efforts, saying that Beijing has already achieved plenty in its crackdown while stressing the importance of international cooperation in fighting corruption.
China’s top anti-graft body on Thursday issued a communique vowing to keep high pressure on graft and ensure inspection groups cover all state organs and institutions.
The communique was issued after the the sixth plenary session of the 18th Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Communist Party of China (CPC), which was held from Tuesday to Thursday.
According to the communique, the CPC will strengthen its discipline and improve its supervisory system this year, as well as deepen institutional reforms.
… Oh Ei Sun, senior fellow at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies of Singapore Nanyang Technological University, said that it is very important to keep strict party discipline at the grass-roots level, and so the government should call on more common people to take part in the anti-corruption campaign.
IDSS / Online
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