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Xinhua news agency, the mouthpiece of the Communist Party of China, has published a long feature to release details on pilot reform of the national inspection system in Beijing, Shanxi and Zhejiang province.
The system involves the reorganization and optimization of the disciplinary inspection and administrative supervision organs and anti-corruption departments at the national, provincial, municipal and county levels.
Following reform, inspection areas have expanded to six categories, including management in state-owned enterprises, public-funded institution of education, R&D, culture, medical care and sports.
In Beijing, the number of inspections has increased by 787,000 to 997,000 people. While in Jiangxi and Zhejiang provinces, the figure has increased by 530,000 and 318,000 people.