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Anti-graft efforts to get institutional impetus
China's anti-graft campaign is expected to gain more momentum through institutional reforms, as the country's leadership has vowed to fight corruption resolutely, analysts have said.
China unveil anti-corruption working practices
China's anti-corruption bodies have disclosed their internal structure and working procedures in a bid to promote transparency.
Beijing to cull lavish spending
Beijing will cull spending on receptions, vehicles and overseas trips for officials, according to the Beijing Finance Bureau on March 12.
Business air travel drops amidst frugality campaign
Sales of first and business class flights have dropped as China's frugality campaign gathers pace beyond high-end dining, according to the country's civil aviation authorities.
30 ministerial-level officials under investigation
A total of 30 officials at the ministerial level or higher have been placed under investigation for corruption or other job-related crimes over the past five years, China's top procurator said Sunday.
'House Sister' arrested in fake ID scandal
Authorities have approved the arrest of a woman who allegedly used fake IDs to acquire multiple properties, local authorities said Saturday.
Policy advisory committee urged
Responding to calls for high-level government reform, noted advisor Yu Keping called for the creation of a state-level policy advisory committee to promote reform efforts and limit the influence of interest groups who undermine government policy.
Yulin cracks down on hukou fraud
Police in the northwestern city of Yulin are tightening the hukou system to prevent people from having multiple household registrations, a senior official said on Thursday.
Chongqing remains 'pragmatic'
Southwest China's Chongqing municipality said Wednesday it is being "resolute" in handling a recent sex scandal involving a number of mid-ranking officials.
CPC leader reiterates fight against corruption
Wang Qishan, the anti-graft chief of the Communist Party of China (CPC), on Wednesday reiterated the significance of the fight against corruption, saying that it is vital to the survival of the Party.
Top Chinese anti-corruption official vows to restrict power
A top Communist Party of China (CPC) anti-corruption official on Monday vowed to fight corruption and use regulations to keep power in check.
Lawmakers to scrutinize social security fund budget
Chinese lawmakers will scrutinize the budget for the social security fund for the first time at the upcoming annual session of the national legislature.
Minister of Supervision is 'Weibo-diver'
Ma Wen, a National People's Congress deputy and Minister of Supervision, is a self-confessed "Weibo-diver."
CPC Central Committee maintains frugality campaign
With the annual "two sessions" approaching, China's new leadership has vowed to fight corruption and stick to an ongoing frugality campaign.
1,087 judges relocated to avoid conflicts of interest
A total of 1,087 court officials and judges who were working in the same jurisdiction as with their lawyer family members have been relocated, the Supreme People's Court (SPC) announced on Friday.
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