China’s ruling Communist Party unveiled on Wednesday a five-year plan to fight pervasive graft, Reuters reported. The plan, which focuses on corruption that triggers protests or happens in the course of economic reforms, was approved in late August but has only now been released in full by the official Xinhua news agency. President Xi Jinping has launched a sweeping crackdown on corruption since taking power, pursuing high-flying “tigers” as well as lowly “flies” in the government, military, state-owned enterprises and universities. The Central Commission for Discipline and Inspection, said in November it would target all senior officials as part of a deeper war on graft.
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