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29 Chinese judges, court staff punished for corruption
Monday March 3, 2014 8:12 AM, IANS

China investigated and punished 829 judges and other court staff for corruption in 2013, the Supreme People's Court (SPC) said Sunday.

The latest statistics show 42.3 per cent rise.

Among the 829 court officials, 157 were transferred to judicial organs for prosecution, 294 punished for violation of Party disciplines, and 531 punished for breaching government disciplines, Xinhua quoted the SPC saying in a statement.

The SPC said 683 judges and court staff turned over illegal gains including cash, securities and payment documents, to the value of 3.32 million yuan ($540,000), in 2013.

 



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