Political reform should begin with property declaration | NewsChina Magazine

In a recent move, the Guangdong Provincial Party Committee announced that it would launch a pilot property declaration program in 2013 in three counties under the jurisdiction of Guangzhou, Zhuhai and Shaoguan, requiring Party cadres to declare their family’s assets – details that would be made public “within a certain range.” Details of the program are yet to be released, but this has not stopped State media in Guangdong praising the local government for its pioneering effort. In terms of tackling China’s massive corruption problem, however, token county-level programs like these are far from sufficient.

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