Disciplinary authorities have investigated 440 officials at or above provincial or corps level for corruption over the past five years as the Communist Party of China (CPC) pledges sweeping victory over the threat to the Party, an official said Thursday.
The Communist Party of China (CPC) will secure a "sweeping victory" in its fight against corruption to avoid the historical cycle of rise and fall, Xi Jinping said Wednesday at the opening of the 19th CPC National Congress.
The top anti-graft body of the Communist Party of China (CPC) said Tuesday that 6,187 officials were punished in September for violating the Party's austerity rules.
The 18th Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Monday held its Eighth Plenary Session, according to a statement issued after the meeting.
A Chinese man who was listed as China's most-wanted overseas fugitive returned to Beijing early Saturday morning, over three years ago he fled to a Caribbean island country.
A total of 30,538 Chinese officials were investigated for work-related crimes in the first half of 2017, according to a seminar for chief procurators on Wednesday.
China Wednesday released an update on the cases of 40 corruption fugitives on the Interpol red list who have either voluntarily returned or been extradited to China, including two who had been spared from prosecution.
Clues to the whereabouts of some of the fugitives on China's 100 "most-wanted" Interpol list have been revealed publicly for the first time.
40 out of China's 100 most wanted overseas economic fugitives have been repatriated or returned to China in the past two years from different countries and regions around the world.
Li Shiqiao, former manager of Ningbo Huayuan Property Management Co., fled to Canada in April 2009 after inspectors began investigating him for corruption.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has vowed more efforts in promoting clean governance, stressing reinforced supervision over the use of state assets and harsh crackdown on financial corruption.