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Fugitive database to ease information sharing

By Zhang Yan | China Daily | Updated: 2015-03-31 08:12

Using a shared computer database, provinces and autonomous regions will share new clues about corrupt officials who have fled overseas with the top anti-graft watchdog within 24 hours, the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection said on Monday.

According to the CCDI, the database, which is accessible by both central authorities and local governments, was set up to record detailed information about fugitives suspected of graft.

"Our main task is to collect the escaped corrupt officials' individual information and build solid evidence at home, rather than flying abroad to collect evidence," a senior official at the CCDI said, asking that his name not be used.

Fugitive database to ease information sharing

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