Transparency, Better Institutions Needed to Push Anti-Corruption Drive Forward
A documentary series aired by China's state television has put the spotlight on the country's anti-corruption campaign by unveiling to the public — for the first time — salacious details about the wrongdoings of top officials caught in the graft net.
The primetime series, titled Always on the Road — with fresh footage on the indulgent lifestyles of a handful of high-profile cadres — was aired ahead of the Communist Party's crucial sixth plenum and is seen by many as a strong signal that the party was reaffirming its strict position against graft.
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