Premier calls for stronger fight against corruption

Premier Wen Jiabao is calling for a strengthening of the fight against corruption, since the situation remains “grave” and the task is “extremely arduous”.

In the full text of a speech released on Tuesday, Wen told an anti-corruption meeting of the State Council, China’s Cabinet, on March 25 that, despite the government’s anti-corruption work last year, some fields are still “prone to corruption” because of a lack of regulation or inefficient law enforcement and supervision.

Wen listed priorities in China’s anti-graft efforts for 2011, when the government will continue striving to prevent officials from abusing power, falling derelict in their duty or committing other misdeeds.

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