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Govt vows no tolerance for judicial corruption

By Cao Yin and Luo Wangshu | China Daily | Updated: 2014-03-11 07:31

China's top court will deal severely this year with judicial employees who break the law or violate discipline, as authorities move to prevent corruption and keep the system clean, the top court's president said on Monday.

In 2013, 381 judicial workers, including judges and prosecutors, were investigated on suspicion of violating laws and discipline. Of the 381, 101 received criminal punishments, according to the work report of the Supreme People's Court.

Zhou Qiang, president of the top court, said that authorities will issue a guideline to regulate the discipline of judges, including stricter education and supervision.

Govt vows no tolerance for judicial corruption

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