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Bribe-hungry officials can no longer hide behind mistresses, says new judicial interpretation (4)
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21:55, July 27, 2007

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"We can expect the SPC to make some explanation on a certain case if there is a great controversy upon defining a specially-related person," he said.

The judicial explanation was announced 40 days after a regulation issued by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) of the Communist Party of China which included similar content.

They covered several new fields of bribery like taking stocks and shares as gifts, buying houses or cars at ridiculously low prices from those who ask them for favors, laundering bribes by gambling and asking bribers to arrange jobs after retirement.

Source: Xinhua
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