|Wang Qishan (C), head of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) of the Communist Party of China, inspects the operation of the official website jointly launched by the CCDI and the Ministry of Supervision in Beijing, capital of China, Sept. 2, 2013. (Xinhua/Pang Xinglei)
BEIJING, Sept. 2 (Xinhua) -- The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) of the Communist Party of China and the Ministry of Supervision jointly launched an official website on Monday.
Launching the website is designed to smooth communication and interaction with the public, said a statement from the agency.
The website, www.ccdi.gov.cn, consists of 10 sections, including an online forum where the public can leave their opinions and proposals as well as ask questions about anti-corruption work.
The website can receive tip-offs about corruption cases, and will publish latest information from important meetings, campaigns and graft investigations.
The public can access a database of party regulations and laws related to corruption through the site.
As a major move to improve anti-corruption work under new circumstances, the website will be a bridge between the public and anti-corruption agencies, said Wang Qishan, head of the CCDI, when inspecting the operation of the website on Monday.
It will not only inform the public on latest developments in the Party and government's anti-corruption work but also open a channel for them to exercise their right of supervision, Wang said.
According to the senior official, the website will allow agencies to detect major changes in public opinion and respond as early as possible.
He urged anti-corruption officials to perfect their skills in using the Internet and interacting with netizens.
He also promised that the website will be regularly updated and provide solid and interesting information.