09 Jan 2017
China’s top anti-corruption watchdog has tightened supervision of its 500,000-plus corruption investigators, after some of its own staff were caught in graft probes.
The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) said in a statement on its website late on Sunday that a new regulation would be applied to procedures such as evidence collection and case reviews, without providing further details.
“Trust cannot replace supervision,” the CCDI said in the statement, released after it held an annual 3-day meeting.
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