China will move forward its anti-corruption legislation by drafting a national supervision law, with the revised version scheduled to be submitted to the NPC Standing Committee for review within the year.
China will move forward its anti-corruption legislation by drafting a national supervision law this year, Fu Ying, spokeswoman of the Fifth Session of the 12th National People's Congress, said recently.
Amending the Administrative Supervision Law into a more powerful national supervision law is underway, and the revised version is scheduled to be submitted to the NPC Standing Committee for review within the year.
China started to pilot a new supervision system last year to integrate separate corruption control authorities. Three provincial-leve
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