from The BRICS Post:
China’s top prosecuting body investigated 36,907 officials on corruption charges from January to November in 2013.
The country’s Supreme People’s Procuratorate (SPP) said on Sunday that 16510 of those cases “directly resulted in losses for the people”.
According to the SPP, 80.2 per cent of those charged were involved in serious corruption resulting in losses of more than 5.51 billion yuan ($910.57 million).
At the end of 2013, the ruling Communist Party of China ordered strict enforcement of a regulation that requires officials to report their assets and their family members’ earnings.
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