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New webpage launched to update anti-corruption measures

(Xinhua) Updated: 2014-10-11 15:36

BEIJING - China's anti-corruption watchdog has launched a new section on its website exposing misconduct cases discovered during the first round of inspection.

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The new section of the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) will also update anti-corruption measures delivered by each inspected region and institute.

Most cases published involve misconduct in building a clean government, implementing the eight-point guideline, executing democratic centralism and selecting cadres, according to the webpage.

Composed of more than 10 teams, the first group of inspectors carried out regular missions in Beijing, Tianjin and eight other provinces as well as the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps from March to May this year.

They also conducted special inspections in the Ministry of Science and Technology, state-owned China National Cereals, Oils and Foodstuffs Corporation and Fudan University during the same period.

All of these regions and institutes have mapped out plans to handle existing misconduct, which will be updated on the new website.

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