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China´s CCP punishes 111K officials for corruption

Beijing, Apr 22 (Prensa Latina) The disciplinary body of the Communist Party of China (CCP) on Saturday reported it punished 111,000 officials for corruption while holding public office.

According to CCP, among those sanctioned there is a ministerial official, 633 from other departments of the central government and 14,000 from local agencies.

Since January, CCP opened 130,000 cases after receiving thousands of complaints and denunciations from population on corrupt practices and violations to the country’s norms and laws.

Since 2012 the CCP has been cracking down so hard on corruption, accelerating efforts in the last five years from the grassroots to build a clean politics in China, as well as to wipe out formalism, bureaucracy, extravagance and hedonism in state institutions.

Although positive results have been seen, CCP´s disciplinary authorities will continue fighting to neutralize in the long term any work style deemed undesirable.

CCP´s leaders consider these evils as major threat to the Party and has repeatedly warned that those who incur in such acts will not have chances for promotion within the organization and will face justice for their mistakes.

Past October, Chinese President Xi Jinping promised firm punishment for misdeeds in political and commercial sectors.

“As long as there is fertile ground and favorable conditions for germination, we will not stop for a single second in this struggle (…) we will continue promoting as a whole that no one dares, may or attempts to corrupt,” he said.


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