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Website for Reporting Corruption Launched
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China's discipline watchdog announced in Beijing on Wednesday the opening of a website facilitating the public reporting of corruption.

The launching of the website,, is another step forward by the government in curbing corruption through the introduction of strict prevention and punishment measures, said Liu Fengyan, deputy secretary of the Communist Party of China's Central Commission for Discipline Inspection.

Another attempt initiated by the watchdog body is to integrate the scattered anti-corruption efforts of different government bodies for better effect, preventing corruptions from the root.

In the following year, China will scale up its anti-corruption campaign through incorporating it into the country's social and economic development plan, said Liu.

(Xinhua News Agency December 29, 2005)

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