Central Commission for Discipline Inspection head Wang Qishan warned that even the anti-graft watchdogs themselves faced disciplinary problems. Photo: Reuters Central Commission for Discipline Inspection head Wang Qishan warned that even the anti-graft watchdogs themselves faced disciplinary problems. Photo: Reuters
Central Commission for Discipline Inspection head Wang Qishan warned that even the anti-graft watchdogs themselves faced disciplinary problems. Photo: Reuters

Merging of corruption and political problems threatens party rule in China: state mouthpiece

The interweaving of problems concerning graft and politics has seriously undermined communist rule and the ruling party's unity, says a People's Daily commentary

Topic |   Xi Jinping's anti-corruption campaign
Central Commission for Discipline Inspection head Wang Qishan warned that even the anti-graft watchdogs themselves faced disciplinary problems. Photo: Reuters Central Commission for Discipline Inspection head Wang Qishan warned that even the anti-graft watchdogs themselves faced disciplinary problems. Photo: Reuters
Central Commission for Discipline Inspection head Wang Qishan warned that even the anti-graft watchdogs themselves faced disciplinary problems. Photo: Reuters
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