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Officials lost promotions over false information reports

Updated: 2015-02-09 07:12
By ZHAO XINYING (China Daily)

Officials lost promotions over false information reports
Zhao Guopin/For China Daily

Dozens of inspected officials failed to disclose financial or family information accurately

Dozens of officials from six municipalities, provinces and regions lost their chance to be promoted because of their failure to report personal information fully and honestly.

Beijing, Shanghai, Jilin, Shaanxi, Hubei and Guangxi recently announced the results of a personal-information inspection of officials who were in line for promotion. Some of the officials were denied promotions because they concealed personal information or reported it falsely, according to a Beijing Youth Daily report on Sunday.

Six officials from the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region and six from Hubei province were transferred to discipline inspection authorities after the examination, and Shaanxi province canceled the appointment of an official who had been appointed county Party secretary because of the official's attempt to conceal personal information such as real estate, bank savings and marketable securities, the report said.

The Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Central Committee of Communist Party of China said on its website on Saturday that Tianjin municipality has been following a policy since January requiring all officials to report personal information and receive an information inspection before any promotion.

Ten other cities, provinces and regions released their inspection results for last year earlier this month, expressing a determination to carry on the reporting and inspection system this year.

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