The Communist Party’s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) released information on January 5, 2015, describing its accomplishments. In December 2014, it handled 4,238 corruption cases; it dealt with 5,340 Party officials; and 2,280 had been placed under administrative adverse actions and the Party’s disciplinary actions.
Corruption cases involve violations of work discipline, the use of public funds for personal expenditures, the use of government vehicles for personal trips, extravagant weddings and funerals, giving and accepting gifts, and personal travel using public funds.
By of the end of 2014, CCDI had handled 77,606 corruption cases. It had dealt with 102,168 Party officials and 31,338 had been place under administrative adverse actions and the Party’s disciplinary actions.
Source: The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) of the Communist Party of China, January 5, 2015