BEIJING, Jan. 19 (Xinhua) -- The discipline inspectorate of the Communist Party of China (CPC) on Sunday stressed zero tolerance for corruption, pledging to fight graft and win public trust.
A circular by the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) called on discipline authorities at all levels to study and implement the wishes President Xi Jinping addressed to the third plenary session of the CCDI.
With efforts to deepen the reform cause, anti-corruption work should be enhanced, Party discipline should be asserted and efforts should be made to keep the Party well organized, according to the circular.
The commission called on authorities and inspectors to increase their sense of commitment to their work and ensure that their duties are performed and their tasks are carried out.
The inspectors should be strictly regulated, the circular said, urging them not to intervene in other departments' affairs.
The inspectors should remember their responsibilities and abide by the law and Party discipline, the circular said.
They are also subject to supervision by the Party, the public and the media, it added.
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