BEIJING — The mobile application of China’s disciplinary watchdog, which publishes the latest news on the country’s anti-corruption campaign, has been well received by the public after its launch on Jan 1.
In addition to news, it details how the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) handles reports and publishes pictures of letters submitted from across the country, offering interactive features.
“The app is like a fly swatter given to us to fight corruption, “ a user under the name “beibidewolpd” wrote on microblog Sina Weibo.
Another user, nicknamed “Gengshu023”, wrote “it is a big step as the CCDI tries to involve more people to help supervise.”
The CCDI website has also been updated with more detailed sections for the public to report corruption and track the progress.
Many netizens say that the CCDI website has become a timely and authoritative source of anti-corruption news during the ongoing campaign.
The application is available for Apple’s iOS-based devices and Android phones.