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China's top legislature vows strengthened anti-graft efforts [Copy link] 中文

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BEIJING -- China's top legislature on Friday vowed to accelerate the legislation of a national anti-corruption law to bolster the nation's fight against graft.
The National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee convened a meeting to discuss reinforced anti-corruption efforts in the new year, vowing to be disciplined and clean.
The meeting, which followed a high-profile session by anti-graft a ...

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I would suggest that a referendum system (with Chinese characteristics and design) could be an effective way for a bottom-up (gross-root) approach of a check-and-balance mechanism to strengthen local governance supervision. For example, any projects that governments proposed can be subject to a referendum vote or any projects and programs even in progress can be stopped or reconsidered through a referendum vote. This system may slow things up but it's a sure and objective and fair way to strengthen supervision of local governance.

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