China unveil anti-corruption working practices

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China's anti-corruption bodies have disclosed their internal structure and working procedures in a bid to promote transparency.

The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) of the Communist Party of China and the Ministry of Supervision (MOS) have detailed their case investigation and appeal processes, according to a block diagram posted Thursday on the official website of the latter organization.

The move is aimed at making their work procedures more understandable for netizens and providing convenience for whistle-blowers, authorities said.

The diagram shows there are a total of 27 internal organs affiliated to the MOS and the CCDI, including organs for discipline inspection and supervision and corruption prevention.

It also clearly presents ways in which clue-reporting and case investigation are handled.

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