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China's anti-graft fight has consolidated 'crushing momentum': communique

Xinhua | Updated: 2017-10-14 19:30

BEIJING -- China has gained and consolidated "crushing momentum" in its fight against corruption, according to a communique released Saturday.

The communique was issued after the Seventh Plenary Session of the 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC), which was held in Beijing from Oct. 11 to 14.

Participants at the session looked back on the work of the 18th Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the CPC over the past five years, and agreed that discipline inspection commissions on all levels have fulfilled the duties endowed by the Party Constitution, and have comprehensively pushed forward the strict governance of the Party.

The discipline inspection commissions have been working hard to build a clean Party and fight corruption, firmly upholding the eight-point frugality code, according to the communique.

The communique also stated that the commissions have made full use of their inspections, prioritizing discipline, and have deepened the reform of discipline inspection and the country's supervisory system.

Moreover, the commissions have built groups of cadres in discipline inspection and supervision that both the Party and the people can trust, while consistently improving the accountability system, uncompromisingly containing the spreading of corruption and purifying the political ecology within the CPC, the communique said.

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