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Closing the loopholes for escape

China Daily | Updated: 2014-09-22 08:26

The successful hunting of 88 foxes marks the start of a greater campaign to bring all corrupt officials who fled overseas back to face trial. As China promotes cooperation with the related countries and improves its domestic legislature and regulations, corrupt officials hiding overseas will find their space shrinking day by day. They had better come back before the police find them., Sept 21

The higher the official, the stricter the approval procedures he needs to go through to travel overseas. However, many officials illegally hold two or even more passports, while some are so-called "naked", with their families living abroad; both make it convenient for them to flee overseas should they be investigated. We hope the ongoing anti-graft campaign can close the loopholes through stricter implementation of the regulations.

Closing the loopholes for escape

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