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Dialogue 10/08/01 Clean government needs assets declaration

08-01-2010 21:48 BJT

A regulation launched by the Central Committee of the Communist Party and the State Council extends the list of declarable assets for officials and introduces dismissal as the maximum penalty for failing to report assets honestly and promptly. This is seen as a stronger measure to curb corruption.Officials at the deputy county level and above are required to report their family members'' jobs, as well as their family''s assets and investments, according to a new regulation that took effect. Nowadays is fighting corruption important issues in China? We are join here by GAO ZHIKAI and EDWARD LEHMAN.

Is assets declaration an effective way to prevent corruption?
Yes.
No.

Editor:James |Source: CNTV

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