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/ China/ ChinaXi: Wipe out judicial corruptionUpdated: 2014-01-09 07:19( China Daily)Comments Print Mail Large Medium  SmallPresident Xi Jinping called for a zero-tolerance approach toward corruption in the political and legal systems on Wednesday and said any “black sheep must be removed”.”We need to wipe out corruption in the political and legal systems with the greatest determination and firmest action,” he said.Xi made the comments during a central political and legal work meeting held from Tuesday to Wednesday in Beijing.At the meeting, Xi said every official must be fully aware that the nations laws are the bottom line that cannot be breached.He warned officials not to exercise power not granted to them by law, adding that any attempt by an official to put their power above the law or to bend the law for selfish ends is a serious offense.The Communist Party of China has stepped up and hastened its fight against corruption since the Partys new leadership was elected in November 2012. At least 18 officials at or above the ministerial level have been investigated since then.Among them was Li Dongsheng, former vice-minister of public security, who was under investigation for “suspected serious disciplinary violations” – a term that generally means he is suspected of graft – according to an official circular on Dec 25.At the meeting that ended on Wednesday, Xi also advised the political and judicial systems that the core value of their work is to achieve social fairness and justice.”We shall make the public feel that their rights and interests are fairly treated and properly protected,” he said.Xi ordered officials in the political and legal system to “carry the sword of justice and scale of equality” and take pragmatic actions to safeguard social justice and equality while solving major issues that harm the interests of the public.He insisted that the abuse of power, wrongful judgments, emergencies that the police do not respond to and the inability of individuals to afford a court hearing should not be allowed to happen.Xi also called on the Party to have greater control in the countrys political and legal affairs, urging a balance between “vitality and order”.”The Party should ensure the enforcement of the law and set an example in abiding by the law,” he said, adding that political and legal work should be conducted with an aim to safeguard Party policies and the authority of the law.The president stressed that the balance between national stability and peoples interests must be managed effectively.He said ensuring social stability is the basic task of the countrys political and legal systems.China Daily – Xinhua8.03KPhotoLargest sushi mosaic created in HKAncient fishing tradition held on frozen riverThe long-living rich in ChinaHK Sushi mosaic breaks the Guinness World Records Hotbed of stress at railway call centerLaba Festival dinner party in SW ChinaConjoined babies separated in E ChinaYifu Buildings across China More China NewsPresidentXi: Wipe out judicial corruptionChina has most outbound touristsMinistry, ADB to combat pollutionCourts test new ground in year of changeEmergency treatment urged to be ensuredCAS academicians work probedMore World NewsCourt dismisses case against Nazi guardObama to unveil intelligence reformsCanadian dies of H5N1Moniz delays India tripIran nuclear talks hit snagG77 urged on anti-poverty goalsMost ViewedTodays Top NewsExtradition deal with US key to nabbing fugitivesLi urges greater effort on reformsChina, Japan need constructive ideasGovt requested to plant GM cropsSession to discuss economic issuesBan on Chinese researchers clarifiedChina may expand property tax trials…Editors PicksHeading home earlyAncient fishing tradition held on frozen river Bolivia assumes G77 chair, calling for just worldGerman court dismisses case against Nazi guard Footage: Schumacher skiing off trail in crashJapans Honda presented at AC MilanHot Topicsmoon rover  air defense identification zone  CPC and reform  China and Japan  air pollution  Cameron in ChinaSpecial CoveragePioneer of HK media passes awayChinas lunar probe mission In memory of MandelaLis Euro-Asia trip to boost co-opVideoSlidePodcastPicturesLaowai Not: Nee how ma!Education crisis: Kids find abacus a total alien objectHeading home earlyHollande presents New Year wishes to the French Army
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