BEIJING - China's Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPP) has urged procuratorial organs at all levels to "actively" prevent and "seriously" investigate work-related crimes.
Among the crimes are cases of abuse of power, bribery and dereliction of duty, according to a meeting held by the SPP on Tuesday.
The SPP emphasized inspections over officials who exercise power, especially those who hold leading positions or are in charge of key procedures, the meeting heard.
The SPP is dedicated to resolving the concerns of the people and resolutely investigating cases involved in judicial corruption and denial of justice.
The SPP noted that procuratorial organs should clearly notice the anti-corruption agenda and step up efforts to prevent work-related crimes.
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