Discipline inspectors of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and supervisors of the government should step up their efforts to oversee how major policies and arrangements made by the Central Authorities are carried out.
Currently, activities that have violated the government's macro-economic control policy, such as blind investment, overlapped infrastructure projects, and illegal use of land by local government, must be placed under administrative supervision.
Wu Guanzheng, member of the Standing Committee of the CPC Central Committee Political Bureau and secretary of the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI), remarked these at a conference which was held in Qingdao, Shandong Province, east China, on July 7-8, and attended by directors of provincial level supervisory departments.
The CCDI and the Ministry of Supervision, which began to share the same office at all levels in 1993, have had their integrated powers well increased, said Wu.
He urged the two departments to work harder on preventing corruption, eliminating the soil and conditions for creating corruption from the origin, and making new contribution to the country's reform and development.