Xinhua recently reported that the Chinese Central Military Commission (CMC) dispatched teams from the military Commission for Discipline Inspection (CDI) to all branches of the CMC and all five military theater commands. This is the first time in the communist army’s history that the CMC has “stationed discipline supervision” in various military branches. A total of ten stationed military CDI teams have been dispatched. A concentrated two-day training of all military CDI team members was conducted in Beijing. Deputy CMC Chairman Xu Qiliang pointed out in the training that the goal of this new reform is to establish a new anti-corruption prospect in the entire military system. The training focused on discipline inspection and supervision, case proceedings, and inspection patrols.
Source: Xinhua, May 5, 2016