China first time accepts the “United Nations Convention Against Corruption” Performance Review

By | June 1, 2013

According to the Xinhua News Agency,  after balloting the “United Nations Convention Against Corruption” implementation review group meeting determined to review the implementation of the Convention in China. This is the first time for China to accept the implementation review since its entry into force of the Convention more than seven years ago.

It is reported that China will accept the implementation review in relate to Chapter III (Criminalization and law enforcement) and IV (International cooperation). The review is expected to start in July this year, mainland of China together with Hong Kong SAR and the Macao SAR will commonly accept the review.

The famous anti-corruption expert, Political Research Department of the Central Party School professor Miss Lin Zhe said that from 2003 to now, China has implemented two stages of the anti-corruption work. Now 10 years later, China needs to deliver its commitment to the international community.

Source: CRI

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