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Disciplinary commission purges own ranks of corruption

(People's Daily Online)    16:47, January 05, 2017

Disciplinary agencies at all levels of government have punished more than 7,200 employees involved in corrupt activities since the 18th CPC National Congress, Wang Qishan, head of the Central Commission for Disciplinary Inspection, said at a recent meeting.

Jing Zeyu, the discipline inspection team leader of the Poverty Elimination Department of Heilongjiang province, was the latest case. He was expelled from the Party and discharged from public employment for his serious violations. He was not the first discipline supervisor to be punished.

Jing sought illegitimate gains for himself and others by virtue of his position. In addition, Li Changhong, a member of party group and discipline inspection team leader of China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation, was also investigated.

Wang stressed in a panel discussion that violations by members of inspecting disciplinary offices were resolutely prohibited. The Central Commission for Disciplinary Inspection will carry out the requirements of the Party, strengthen self-supervision and clamp down on the illegal misconduct of inspection insiders.

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