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Zhejiang Re-invents Supervision of Discipline Enforcement to Increase “Benefits” from Pilot Reform
2017-10-17 16:01:21

In March 2017, Zhejiang moved on to the next stage of the pilot reform in supervision system where the key is to explore how to perform in a comprehensive manner the supervisory functions and duties, given that the three-tier hierarchy of supervision commissions at provincial, municipal and county levels is in place, re-staffing and downsizing was finalized, and organs, personnel and functions were integrated.
In accordance with the deployment of the CPC Central Committee and the CPC Central Commission for Disciplinary Inspection on deepening reform of the organizational system of disciplinary inspection organs, Zhejiang has managed to fully implement the rules and regulations of the supervision and review of discipline enforcement as the pilot reform advances. The CPC Zhejiang Provincial Commission for Disciplinary Inspection and municipal CCDIs in Zhejiang have endeavored to innovate organizational system, adjust subdivisions, and set up offices of both supervision and review of discipline enforcement.
At present, the CPC Zhejiang Provincial Commission for Disciplinary Inspection (CCDI Zhejiang) and Zhejiang Provincial Supervision Commission (ZSC) combined are subdivided into 13 supervision offices, of which seven are responsible for supervision of discipline enforcement and six for review of discipline enforcement. The supervision offices, no longer in charge of discipline enforcement review, are responsible for the routine supervision of organs directly under the provincial government and 11 regional cities across the province.
Senior leaders at CCDI Zhejiang and Zhejiang Supervision Commission stressed that it is imperative to research and deliberate in greater depth to advance the pilot; more specifically, it is imperative to adjust thinking swiftly, elevate supervisory efficiency, and conduct in a proactive way political supervision, special supervision, normal supervision and joint supervision so as to help score greater success in comprehensive and strict party governance.

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