China's anti-graft watchdog updates inspection results
Updated: 2015-02-01 15:28
BEIJING - China's anti-corruption watchdog published on Sunday a detailed diagram to explain the corrective measures taken by inspected governments and institutes after the second round of inspection.
The Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) carried out its second round of anti-corruption inspection from July to September in 2014, which covered 10 provincial regions, the General Administration of Sport, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and China FAW Group Corporation.
The list of corrective measures was first launched in October 2014 for the results of the CCDI's first round of inspection.
The move is part of the CCDI's efforts to push forward transparent anti-corruption and enable the public to better exercise their rights of supervision.
The public can now track the progress of the country's anti-corruption campaign in a timely manner either through the CCDI's website or its mobile application launched on Jan. 1.