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China has rung in changes to its many telephone hotlines to make it easier and potentially more lucrative for people to raise the alarm about corrupt officials.
China's procuratorates opened a unitary 24-hour hotline -- (0086-10-) 12309 for informants Sunday, on the eve of the 11th publicity week for seeking information from the public sponsored by the Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP).
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  • ·China's procuratorates opened a unitary 24-hour hotline -- (0086-10-) 12309 for informants June 21.
  • ·The SPP will also open a new website, www.12309.gov.cn for informants.
  • ·The awareness about ways and importance of giving tips to prosecutors to expose job-related crimes and corruption among government officials.
  • ·Line puts justice just one phone call away

A top anti-corruption expert said that corrupt officials should be wary of the eyes behind the Internet, for the online community is set to become a major force in curbing corruption.