China's anti-graft body to supervise more central organs
Updated: 2015-09-20 13:45
BEIJING - China's top anti-graft body will set up offices in more central authority departments this year to strengthen supervision, Xinhua learned on Sunday.
The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) of Communist Party of China (CPC) already has 58 resident offices, supervising a total of 102 central authority departments and institutions, but it will achieve the full coverage of all central organs this year.
At the end of last year, the central authority reformed the resident office system, and established seven more in core central departments, including CPC Central Committee General Office and United Front Work Department.
In June, the CCDI and the Ministry of Finance issued a regulation on the funding of resident offices, saying that their funds will be independently listed in the department budgets.
The CCDI is studying the definitions and responsibilities of resident offices, while provincial level authorities are creating resident offices in local departments.
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