Fri,Aug 1,2014document.getElementById(“bdshell_js”).src = “” + Math.ceil(new Date()/3600000)LanguagesChineseJapaneseFrenchSpanishRussianArabicKoreanGerman12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec20072008200920102011201220132014{resetselect()}Home|Politics|Business|Military|World|Society|Culture|Travel|Science|Education|Sports|Opinions|Special Coverage|Photo|VideoEnglishMilitaryEditors PickThe 4th Chinese National Pole Dance Championship held in TianjinChinese navy commandos debut at 2014 RIMPACGuangxi impression: scenic countrysideWorlds largest aquatic insect found in SichuanCeremony volunteers for Youth Olympics make public appearanceA glimpse of female crew of Liaoning aircraft carrierStills from “Dad, where are we going?”Legless mans happy lifeTop ten most beautiful islands in ChinaAerial view of Hong KongMilitary forces fully back Zhou investigation: PLA Daily(Global Times)    09:55, August 01, 2014Email|Print|Comments      twitter    facebook    Sina Microblog    reddit    Increases the bookmarkdiggGoogleDeliciousbuzzfriendfeedLinkedindiigostumbleuponQzoneQQ MicroblogThe Chinese Peoples Liberation Army (PLA) and Armed Police fully support the decision to investigate Zhou Yongkang, the highest-ranking “tiger” yet probed in the anti-corruption campaign, military newspaper PLA Daily said Thursday.The Communist Party of China (CPC) announced on Tuesday an investigation into Zhou, a former Standing Committee member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, for suspected “serious disciplinary violations.”The decision reflects the CPCs political resolve to purify and reform itself, the PLA Daily said on its official Sina Weibo account on Thursday.Officers across the army support the probe, as it shows the resolution of the CPC Central Committee to operate with strict discipline and on the principle that all people are equal under the law and regulations, the newspaper said. There will be “no exceptions” and no leniency meted out, no matter who is involved in violating laws, it said.Chinas top leadership has resolved to target both high-ranking “tigers” and low-ranking “flies” in its current anti-corruption efforts. The PLA and Armed Police officers should always remain clear-minded and strictly observe discipline to guarantee a strong military.Officers are reminded that Party members must resist the lure of power, money and beauty. Ignoring discipline will eventually lead to crimes.Chinese President Xi Jinping has pledged a harsh strike against military corruption as the Peoples Liberation Army prepares for its 87th anniversary on Friday.Xi, who heads the Central Military Commission, urged troops to strengthen their ties with the people and avoid undesirable work styles such as hedonism and extravagance.He made the remarks during a Wednesday visit to the headquarters of the military region of Fujian Province, where he worked for 17 years. Xi stressed the need for the military to be loyal to the CPC, saying “the Partys absolute leadership over the army should be unswervingly adhered to.” (Editor:Kong Defang、Zhang Qian)Related readingChina Voice: Anti-graft drive key to strong armyPeoples Daily warns of universal lawPLA backs corruption probe into Xu CaihouMacao holds reception to celebrate 87th anniv. of PLAPLA opens military academy to mediaWatchdog leads fight on adulteryPLA kicks off live-fire military trainingE China senior political advisor under investigationCorruption found during anti-graft inspectionsPilots hold exercise to improve combat capabilityWe RecommendBlockbuster? No, it’s firefighters’ postersSpecial gifts for IT men for Chinese Qixi FestivalForeign students colorful life in ChinaFrench photographer‘s work China 2050 goes viral online
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