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China to expedite anti-corruption law: document

Updated: 2014-10-28 19:50

BEIJING - Chinese lawmakers will speed up legislation work for the country's anti-corruption law, a key policy document of the Communist Party of China (CPC) said on Tuesday, amid a popular anti-graft initiative.

In a decision on major issues concerning comprehensively advancing rule of law adopted last week and published on Tuesday, the CPC Central Committee said efforts targeting a national anti-graft legislation should be accelerated and the system to punish and prevent corruption improved.

The goal is to set up an effective anti-graft mechanism so "government officials dare not, can not and do not want to go corrupt," the decision read.

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