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Cash rewards offered for corruption tipoffs

By Yan Yiqi in Hangzhou | China Daily | Updated: 2014-06-26 07:09

By handing out cash rewards for quality tipoffs, China's procuratorates have encouraged more citizens to report evidence of corrupt official behavior in a new drive in the intensifying fight against graft.

The Beijing People's Procuratorate announced on Tuesday that it will pay rewards of as much as 100,000 yuan ($16,100) to those who provide essential evidence of misconduct.

Li Xinsheng, the chief procurator, said the rewards are intended to enhance the public's supervision of officials' behavior and encourage people to report any inappropriate activity.

Cash rewards offered for corruption tipoffs

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