The Communist Party of China (CPC)on Tuesday announced it is requiring all leading cadres to provide details of their personal affairs, including listing their investments, changes in their marital status and whether their children marry foreigners.
A circular providing details of reporting requirements was issued after a meeting on Tuesday of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee which was presided over by president Hu Jintao.
The circular says the goal of the reporting requirement is to strengthen the Party’s internal supervision and ensure clean and honest governance.
The circular said that enhancing the Party’s internal supervision and preventing corruption are necessary requirements for improving the Party’s capacity to govern and to maintain the Party’s leading role. [Full Text]