China Expands Anti-corruption Law

From the BBC:

China has issued new anti-corruption rules which require government workers to report their investments, incomes and assets, state media reports.

Officials must now also give the financial details of family members and any change in their personal status.

Analysts say the new rules are designed to prevent officials from hiding income under the names of other people.

The Chinese president has said fighting corruption is a matter of life and death for the Communist party.

July 12, 2010 6:55 AM
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