Li Xuefeng, an official with the Chinese Communist Party’s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection stated that corruption and anti-corruption have reached a stalemate. “Our Party has taken on anti-corruption as a major political task and has assiduously pursued the goal of establishing clean politics. … It can be said that that no political party in the world is like ours in that it has attached such great importance to the fight against corruption. … We have blazed a trail of anti-corruption with Chinese characteristics.” Li stated that corruption and anti-corruption are at a stalemate, that the situation remains grave, and that the tasks are arduous.
Source: The Central People’s Government of the People’s Republic of China, August 22, 2012