BEIJING, Dec. 30 -- The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) of the Communist Party of China (CPC) will convene a plenary meeting in January.
The decision was revealed in a statement released Monday after a meeting of the CPC Central Committee's Political Bureau on the anticorruption drive.
"Corruption is still commonplace, and hotbeds of corruption still exist. The anticorruption situation remains difficult and complicated," said the statement.
Praising this year's victories against the corrupt and decadent, the statement insists that, in the long term, the entire Party must work against corruption.