In China grew by about 1.3 million punished for corruption officials
In China in 2013 punished approximately 1.34 million officials implicated in corruption. It is reported by the Central Commission of the Communist party for discipline inspection, reports Reuters.
Chinese President XI Jinping made the basis of its policy of anti-corruption campaign, which is called the strategy of “tigers and flies” (referring to the high-ranking officials and officials working in minor positions).
Among punished for corruption, 648 thousand were officials from the villages, whose crimes are petty corruption. In addition, the Supervisory authorities checked 155 thousand party organizations (almost 95% of all structures of the party).
Under suspicion are major officials. In August, Chinese authorities began an investigation against the head of the anti-corruption Committee of the Ministry of Finance Mo Stanchina.
Prior to that, on charges of use of official powers for enrichment was dismissed the chief of Department on control over safety at work, Yang Hannin.
In January, the CPC Commission for discipline inspection has sentenced the official to the financial management of the County Polan Whether Huabo to life imprisonment. He was accused of corruption and spent some time in Singapore.