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Anti-graft efforts catch foreign media attention


10-29-2016 06:27 BJT

Full coverage: The Sixth Plenum of the 18th CPC Central Committee

The sixth plenary session has concluded, but the media -- both domestic and foreign -- are still abuzz. Anti-corruption was a primary focus of this year's session. President Xi Jinping is firmly continuing his anti-corruption campaign, with zero-tolerance for corrupt officials and allowing no place for them to hide. Foreign media have been paying close attention to each decision China makes.

This year's session has once again stressed the importance of comprehensive and strict governance of the Party.

A Wall Street Journal story published on Wednesday says President Xi Jinping is set to implement stricter rules on discipline of the Party.

Germany's DPA says the four-day session will further strengthen discipline within the Party and intensify anti-corruption efforts.

Japan's Mainichi Shimbun said Xi's anti-corruption campaign and the latest session will leave a deeper impression on the people for the Communist Party of China's all-out efforts to fight corruption.

Reuters, AFP and Lianhe Zaobao all said the Chinese president is being named as the Party's core -- a significant underlining of his power.

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