BEIJING -- China's 25 provincial-level discipline inspection committees have established corruption case analysis and management offices to better prevent and curb corruption.
The information was released by the Central Committee for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) of the Communist Party of China (CPC).
An official with the CCDI said on Tuesday that discipline inspection committees at all levels should sternly punish corrupt officials, and at the same time comprehensively analyze cases to prevent and control corruption from the root.
He said the case analysis and management offices are established to select some typical corruption cases for educating and warning CPC members and cadres to strengthen their resistance against corruption, and spot some new trends and features in corruption cases and enact anti-corruption regulations accordingly.
The offices can also help spot system loopholes and flaws reflected in corruption cases and suggest relevant departments to rectify, the official said.
The CCDI will make comprehensive analysis based on the reports from provincial-level discipline inspection committees, he said.