On June 12, the Seventh Discipline Inspection Commission of the Luohu Committee of the Communist Party of China held its fifth plenary session. At the meeting, participants studied General Secretary Xi Jinping’s important speech at the fourth plenary session of the 19th Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) of the CPC, and deployments of the meetings of the provincial and city Party disciplinary watchdogs.
New instructions were issued on anti-corruption work, the improvement of Party conduct, and an honest and clean government.
Luohu Party Chief Luo Yude was present in the meeting and delivered a speech. Also taking part in the meeting were: Liu Zhiyong, head of the Luohu District Government; Xiong Guowei, chair of the Standing Committee of the District’s People’s Congress; and Wu Yuzhong, chair of the People’s Political Consultative Conference. He Xinhong, secretary of the Discipline Inspection Commission of the Luohu Committee of the CPC, presided over the conference and made a report.
Over the past year, local discipline inspection and supervisory departments faithfully implemented the central authorities’ instructions, made all-out efforts to enforce strict Party discipline, and fought against corruption, and thus provided a solid guarantee for the district to make progress in its development.
The meeting required all relevant departments, Party members and civil servants to act according to the requirements of the higher authorities, and remain true to their mission of serving the people. They were urged to eliminate formalism and bureaucratism by strengthening the Party’s political construction.
The meeting pointed out that all disciplinary and supervisory organs must fight against corruption and provide a solid guarantee for Luohu’s development. They must also keep high pressure against the intended targets in the fights and continuously improve the power supervisory system so as to form a good political ecology. Finally, they must set good examples by behaving themselves.
The meeting stressed that all relevant discipline and supervisory departments must fulfill their duties as political watchdogs, and play their due roles to form a political ecology that incentivizes power-holders to act properly and try their best to serve the people.