Disciplinary organs urged to sharpen anti-graft checks
GOV.cn Monday, May 19, 2014

 


Wang Qishan (C back), chief of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI), addresses a symposium on the work of discipline inspection departments in Beijing, capital of China, May 19, 2014. Wang urged disciplinary officials to improve their work methods and styles and shoulder responsibilities to uphold laws and regulations and resolutely stem the spread of corruption. (Xinhua/Liu Jiansheng)


Senior Chinese official Wang Qishan has told the country's discipline inspection organs to be "strict, specific and genuine" when investigating officials.

Wang, chief of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI), made the remarks on Monday at a symposium on the work of discipline inspection departments.

Wang urged disciplinary officials to improve their work methods and styles and shoulder responsibilities to uphold laws and regulations and resolutely stem the spread of corruption.

"More specific the responsibilities, more effective the work. The reform and innovation of discipline inspection should focus on uncovering officials' misconduct and enforce punishments for them," Wang said.

The senior official stressed that disciplinary officials should retain a firm belief in the Party and abide by the law.

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Editor: An Lu
Source: Xinhua