CPC releases findings of latest disciplinary inspection, stresses duties

Source:Xinhua Published: 2018/7/23 23:48:39

The Communist Party of China (CPC) on Sunday released findings of the latest round of disciplinary inspection, the first such practice taken by the 19th CPC Central Committee.

The inspection by the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) targeted Party organizations in 14 provincial-level regions, eight central government agencies including the Ministry of Commerce, and eight State-owned companies.

The latest round of inspection has shown some trends: It sticks to the duty of political inspection. Being emphasized is the need for Party organizations to maintain political integrity, think in big-picture terms, follow the leadership core, and keep in alignment, as well as to uphold the authority of the CPC Central Committee and its centralized leadership.

Some were found to have not implemented well the central authorities' policies and decisions on issues like poverty alleviation, environmental protection, or anti-gang fight.

The CCDI stressed the need of strengthening political duties to ensure all targets set at the 19th CPC National Congress will be met.

The fight against corruption remains arduous and complex. Despite ban, the problem of undesirable conduct was there and corruption was found to have changed in forms in different areas and at different levels. Some officials dined on public expenses, pocketed money and enjoyed privileges. Corruption was common in some areas such as construction projects and State-owned companies. Corruption at grass-roots levels was called to attention.

The CCDI urged high pressure on corruption, continuous correcting undesirable conduct, strengthening supervision and accountability as deterrence.


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