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Public can help bust corruption

( China Daily ) Updated: 2014-09-25 08:15:45

When two years ago a journalist reported Liu Tienan was involved in corruption, the National Energy Administration, where Liu served as director, accused him of "blasphemy" and threatened to "resort to official, legal means". There have been several similar cases. Government agencies should not use their status as guarantees of officials' cleanness, and they should never forget it is taxpayers, not officials, who support them.

people.com.cn, Sept 24

Over one year has passed since it was announced Liu was under investigation. During the whole process, it has been the joint forces of the brave journalist, various witnesses and the anti-graft departments that have sent him to court and ensured justice has been done. The role of ordinary people should not be omitted in the fight against corruption.

Public can help bust corruption

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