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|Thursday, January 04, 2001, updated at 10:38(GMT+8)|
Senior CPC Official on Anti-corruption DriveChina will still strengthen the anti-corruption drive to ensure a stable environment for economic construction in the new century, said Wei Jianxing, China's top official in charge of disciplinary work recently.
All the officials should have a full understanding of the Party-building education initiated by President Jiang, said Wei, who is a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC).
Despite some achievements in curbing corruption in the past year, the anti-corruption efforts should be strengthened, noted Wei, also secretary of the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection.
During the past year, China cracked down a lot of bribery and graft cases, including cases involving some senior officials, such as Cheng Kejie, former vice-chairman of the National People's Congress Standing Committee and Hu Changqing, former deputy governor of Jiangxi Province in east China.
Statistics show that 136,161 officials in the country have been punished for graft, bribery, or misconduct.
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