BEIJING, June 15 (Xinhua) -- Special inspection teams dispatched to local regions have found slack management of the ongoing anti-decadence campaign among some local officials, according to China's anti-graft organ.
Problems uncovered included local Party committees slack in supervising the campaign, inspection groups not making enough effort to review local officials' reports and coordinate the campaign's operation, and missions to correct officials' misbehavior not specific and effective, said a statement released Sunday by the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection and the Ministry of Supervision.
The "mass-line" campaign aims to clean up the undesirable work styles of formalism, bureaucracy, hedonism and extravagance. It entails Party members to check both themselves and colleagues for improper behaviors, while higher-level officials are required to oversee the progress and ensure that those in question correct their mistakes.
The second phase of the campaign is scheduled to last until September, targeting more low-level departments and officials, while the first phase focused on central and provincial-level departments.
Issues revealed Sunday were the results of inspections in ten provincial-level regions including Beijing and northwest China's Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps.
According to the statement, related Party committees at local levels as well as disciplinary inspection groups are rectifying problems in accordance with the inspection results.