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While Corruption Blooms, the Law Drafts

Further to my recent post on corruption [1], I saw that China Digital Times (CDT) notes a story from Nanfang Daily which refers to the introduction of an anti-corruption law. The article says:

It also reminds us that those in powerful positions, who will influence the development and implementation of the law, may not always be the ones with the best interests of the public in mind. The old question returns – who will monitor the monitors?

In another article on corruption CDT highlights a report in Economic Reference Daily which points to the main seasons for bloom in corruption, as well as common corrupt practices. In construction it notes that:

And in a possible case of poetic justice for those who are tempted to offer a bribe:

Oh what a tangled web we weave…

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