(Xinhua News Agency, Jan. 13, 2015. Complete text:) Beijing - While China is gaining ground to overcome corruption, the Communist Party of China (CPC) has demonstrated its unswerving will to continue the fight against corruption and ensure clean governance.
Over the past three years, the CPC has been working hard to redress the problem of being too lenient in managing the Party, and has striven to build a system where officials "do not dare, are not able, and are unwilling to be corrupt."
The efforts are paying off, said Xi Jinping, Chinese president and general secretary of the CPC Central Committee, at the start of
the three-day sixth plenary session of the 18th CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) on Tuesday [Jan. 12].
Xi called on all Party members to "maintain confidence in the CPC Central Committee's anti-corruption volition, the campaign's achievements, the positive energy it brings and the prospects of our fight against corruption."
Gao Bo, a political researcher at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, believes the CPC is on the right path to advance the clean governance campaign and to comprehensively and strictly govern the Party.
The achievements of the campaign to fight corruption and promote frugality over the past three years prove that the CPC is capable of making changes to overcome corruption, he said.
In 2015, more than 40 centrally administered officials were expelled from the CPC for violating the Party's code of conduct. Over 90,000 officials nationwide have been punished for corruption or violations of the Party's frugality rules.
"In addition to the growing number of corrupt officials being punished, the CPC's anti-corruption drive is making progress in redressing the root of the problem," he said.
Zhuang Deshui, vice director of the clean government research center at Peking University, said Xi's remarks ...
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|Article Title||China Shows Resolution in Renewed Fight Against Graft|
|Source||Current Digest of the Chinese Press, The, No.2, Vol.5, January 11, 2016, page(s):3-4|
|Place of Publication||Minneapolis, USA|