On the Exploration of the Construction of Consecutive Anti-Corruption Mechanism in Public Security Organ in the New Era

Dongfang CHEN


Based on the guidance of socialism with specific Chinese characteristics put forth by President Xi Jinping in this new era, this paper exposes the existing corruption problem and analyses the reasons, comes up with the Construction of Consecutive Anti-corruption Mechanism in Public Security Organ in the new era. This is not only conducive to the adherence of general principle of “Be royal to the CPC, service for the people, enforce the justice of law and obeying the strict discipline”, but also of great significance for the anti-corruption campaign in the public security organ.


New era; Public Security Organ; Anti-Corruption; Consecutive Mechanism

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/10431


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