Discipline inspectors sent by the central authorities have found violations such as faking economic data and misusing poverty-relief funds in their latest round of inspection.
The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) of the Communist Party of China (CPC) said in a statement at its website Sunday that the re-examination of four provincial-level regions during the 12th round of inspection found that some local governments and enterprises in Jilin Province have faked economic data.
The statement also criticized local authorities of Inner Mongolia for weak implementation of the CPC Central Committee's policies and decisions.
It said that authorities in Yunnan failed to thoroughly clean up the negative influence of corrupt officials such as Bai Enpei and Qiu He, and that authorities in Shaanxi have been complained for problems in official selection and promotion.
Also, the inspection into the Party organization of the State Council Leading Group Office of Poverty Alleviation and Development found multiple cases of violations in the use of poverty-relief funds, the statement said.
It also exposed problems in construction project subcontracting and illegal intermediary services with the Party organization of the China Railway Corporation.
It criticized the Office of the Central Leading Group for Cyberspace Affairs for its insufficient work in implementing the CPC Central Committee's major policies.
Inspectors also received reports of forming "cliques" in China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation, the CCDI statement said.
The 12th round of inspection is the last round in the term of the 18th CPC Central Committee.