With New Website Features, Party Watchdog Seeks Public Input
China's party disciplinary watchdog has added initiatives on its website to engage the public, while also offering a rare glimpse into reforms made since the country joined the United Nations Convention against Corruption.
The communist party's Central Committee for Discipline Inspection (CCDI), headed by a Politburo Standing Committee member Wang Qishan, published on its website a series of articles detailing how China joined the effort to draft and ratify the UN Convention against Corruption, which was signed by the Chinese government in 2003 and came into effect in 2006.
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