Top Communist Party of China (CPC) and state leaders Xi Jinping (C), Li Keqiang (3rd R), Zhang Dejiang (3rd L), Yu Zhengsheng (2nd R), Liu Yunshan (2nd L), Wang Qishan (1st R) and Zhang Gaoli (1st L) attend the Sixth Plenary Session of the 18th CPC Central Committee, in Beijing, capital of China. The meeting was held from Oct. 24 to 27 in Beijing. [Photo: Xinhua]
Chinese authorities will conduct a pilot program in Beijing and the provinces of Shanxi and Zhejiang as part of efforts to make the current supervision system more authoritative and efficient, according to a statement published Monday.
The statement, released by the general offices of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, said supervision committees will be established in Beijing, Shanxi and Zhejiang.
It said the aim for deepened reform of the current supervision system is to build a national anti-graft organ under the leadership of the Party, adding that authorities will mobilize more anti-corruption resources and build a system that ensures officials dare not, will not and cannot be corrupt.
A work leading group for deepened reform on the supervision system will be set up by the CPC Central Committee to guide and coordinate the pilot program, it said.
In addition, work leading groups in related regions should also be established, with the local Party chief as group leader, according to the document.