CHINA'S GRAFT WATCHDOG WARNS OFFICIALS OVER 'CONCEALED' EXTRAVAGANCE

CHINESE OFFICIALS TRYING TO HIDE DISHONEST SPENDING WITH TRICKS SUCH AS THROWING EXTRAVAGANT PARTIES IN PRIVATE WILL BE TARGETED IN A SUSTAINED CAMPAIGN TO ROO

CHINA'S GRAFT WATCHDOG WARNS OFFICIALS OVER 'CONCEALED' EXTRAVAGANCE

The CCDI official also warned that officials still suffer from excess "formalism" and "bureaucratism", Communist Party terms for failing to carry out central party orders.
Although the anti-graft drive had improved the atmosphere in society, there could be "no intermission and no rests", the official said.
When hosting visiting officials, some local-level cadres just take them on the same tourist trail where they speak to the same people as if watching a "fashion show", said the official.

BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese officials trying to hide dishonest spending with tricks such as throwing extravagant parties in private will be targeted in a sustained campaign to root out hedonism, the top anti-graft watchdog...

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