China’s Communist Party Announces More Crackdowns on Corrupt Officials

China’s ruling Communist Party says it is stepping up its fight against worsening corruption among its members. The party’s vice chairman for discipline, Wu Yuliang, said Wednesday officials would come under closer scrutiny and supervision. The announcement follows the creation of new independent online tools aimed at helping the public anonymously report corrupt officials.

The ruling Communist Party of China says it will start to monitor the use of vehicles by officials and scrutinize their finances in the latest campaign to clamp down on rampant corruption found at every level of government.

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