Chinese Communist Party issues code of ethics to ensure clean governance

19:00, February 23, 2010      

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The Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee issued a code of ethics for CPC cadres to follow Tuesday to ensure clean practice in their work and prevent corruption.

The guidelines specify 52 unacceptable practices of CPC leaders and cadres, including accepting cash or financial instruments as gifts, and using their influence to benefit their spouses or children with regards to their employment, stock trading or business.

The guidelines also prohibit CPC officials from for-profit activities and abusing public fund for personal interests.

The CPC Central Committee urged officials in a notice to earnestly follow the guidelines and warned of "strict" punishment to those who violate the regulations.

Source: Xinhua
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