Apr 22, 2015 06:22 PM

China's Anti-Corruption Drive: Don't Stop Now

Beijing's fight against corruption is now two years old. Some significant results have been achieved, winning strong public support. But it's becoming increasingly difficult to move the campaign forward.

The general public and government officials must agree that there are good reasons to continue the drive. Some government officials think they'll be safe in the face of the anti-corruption drive if they make only perfunctory efforts to perform their duties. But the central leadership must not be deterred. Only by continuing the anti-corruption drive, deepening reform efforts, building rule of law and encouraging capable officials to sharpen their pencils can there be any hope for our country.

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