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China's military auditors to scrutinize more top brass (2)
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21:20, July 19, 2007

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Audits of individuals led to greater budgetary awareness, while discouraging transgressions and corruption from the top down, he said.

The government has budgeted 350.9 billion yuan (48.79 billion U.S. dollars) on military expenditure this year.

The rank-and-file, training on new equipment and special technologies, intensified training of specialist units, as well as upgrading armaments and other equipment.

"Military auditing is anything but locking the stable door after the horse has bolted," Liao said. "Its goal is to rectify problems, optimize management, establish a long-term mechanism for modernizing the PLA so it can use less to achieve more."

The general said auditing officers should be a routine job jointly carried out by audit, discipline and finance departments. The audit results should also provide references for promotions.

"For those who excel in their daily management, auditing departments should propose commendations; for whose who are misunderstood or unfairly treated, auditing departments can straighten out problems and reveal the facts."

Those who flouted laws and regulations must be dealt with in line with military discipline and regulations, Liao said.

Source: Xinhua
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