China Officials’ Property Publicity: A Long Way to Go

Xiuping CHEN

Abstract


Officials’ Property Publicity system is considered to be the basic element of the modern democracy, as a weapon against corruption and to promote clean government, so Chinese people’s desire for the unveiling of related policy is getting more and more intense. All regions in China have actively carried out pilot exploration work in succession, whereas many problems have been exposed. American Officials’ Property Publicity System is representative of the world’s perfect anti-corruption legal system, which after careful examination may have positive significance on the construction of the legal system of our country.


Keywords


Property publicity; America; Pilot work; Enlightenment

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