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Chinese prosecutors dig out corruption in grassroots agencies
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16:42, August 09, 2007

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Chinese prosecution organizations are to organize inspections of local-level subordinate agencies to root out corruption, says the Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP).

Inspections within procuratorial organs had been effective in eradicating power abuse, said Shi Shenglong, chief delegate of the Communist Party of China's (CPC) Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) to the SPP.

The SPP has sent inspection groups to 13 provincial procuratorates, and 21 provincial procuratorates have sent inspectors to 206 procuratorates at prefectural level.

Meanwhile, more inspection groups would be sent to procuratorates at grassroots levels, according to the SPP.

Initiated in 1996, the inspection system has been developed with the aim of intensifying Party supervision and promoting clean government.

CCDI inspectors have unearthed high-profile cases of corruption, including that of former Shanghai Party chief Chen Liangyu.

China's top prosecutor has warned officials who abuse their authority to undermine public confidence in the government that they would receive no leniency in court.

Shi said the SPP would also establish an internal anti-corruption system to focus on detecting corruption of senior procuratorial officials and prosecutors who abuse their authority for personal gain.

Source: Xinhua



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