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Chinese premier urges countering corruption by deepening reform


09:46, March 27, 2013

BEIJING, March 26 (Xinhua) -- Premier Li Keqiang on Tuesday said corruption should be prevented by deepening related reforms.

Li made the remarks at the first anti-corruption work conference held by China's cabinet.

The government should accelerate reform in marketization of public resource trade and improve related rules and legal systems to restrain government power, Li said.

Li said the government will transform government functions and delegate power to lower levels of government in order to activate social vigor and creativity.

"The government should not do the work that is supposed to be done by the market. That would be a weakening or even a dereliction of government duties," Li said.

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Just be firm and merciless in rooting out these corrupt practices with law.

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