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CCDI: Some Countries Protect the CCP’s Corrupt Officials

On June 14, the Communist Party’s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) published an article asserting that some countries protect the corrupt officials who have fled China. 

The article observed that those countries believed that the corrupt Chinese officials who fled China to come to those countries were cards in their hands to play against China. However, they have now found out that these cards have become hot potatoes. In the past, the international communities applied a double standard to China. On the one hand, they criticized China for corruption; on the other, they protected the corrupt officials who fled China using the pretext of the law and human rights. “[We] must break through this ‘double standard’!” 

The article advocated that China should proactively inform the world of the anti-corruption campaign and related achievements in a systematic way. 
Source: The Communist Party’s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection reprinted by Qiushi, June 14, 2016