China’s Communist Party celebrates its 95th anniversary this year. A new anti-graft body would expand oversight to all public servants. Photo: Simon Song China’s Communist Party celebrates its 95th anniversary this year. A new anti-graft body would expand oversight to all public servants. Photo: Simon Song
China’s Communist Party celebrates its 95th anniversary this year. A new anti-graft body would expand oversight to all public servants. Photo: Simon Song

China to set up new anti-corruption body to oversee all public servants as it intensifies battle against graft

Made up of commissions across the nation, organ will integrate separate state agencies

Topic |   Xi Jinping's anti-corruption campaign
China’s Communist Party celebrates its 95th anniversary this year. A new anti-graft body would expand oversight to all public servants. Photo: Simon Song China’s Communist Party celebrates its 95th anniversary this year. A new anti-graft body would expand oversight to all public servants. Photo: Simon Song
China’s Communist Party celebrates its 95th anniversary this year. A new anti-graft body would expand oversight to all public servants. Photo: Simon Song
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