(January 19, 2010) The very grammar of justice has fallen into the wrong hands, writes Robert Amsterdam in the Wall Street Journal.
(December 30, 2009) China’s auditor has found that 234.7 billion yuan (US$34.37bil) in public funds was misused in the first 11 months of 2009, with much of that tied to China’s massive stimulus package, the Caijing magazine said on Monday.
(October 9, 2009) Review of “Environmental Public-Interest Litigation: A China-US Comparison”
(June 30, 2009) Anti-corruption hotline in China so popular with citizens that it received more than 11,000 calls in its first week.
(June 3, 2009) China’s Internet community is becoming a voice for the country to protest against official corruption.
(September 12, 2008) A report from Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), the country’s leading think tank, warned conflict between the public and government officials had become more obvious in recent years.
(April 7, 2008) In a country where corruption is a way of life, the election result is a breathe of fresh air.
(January 8, 2008) China’s National Audit Office (CNAO) discovered 7.1 billion yuan (816 million US dollars) in illegally used social security funds in 2006, said Auditor-General Li Jinhua on Monday.
(December 28, 2007) Visit the civil society monitor Global Transparency Initiative’s (GTI) Transparency Charter to International Financial Institutions: Claiming Our Right to Know. The Charter is the GTI’s flagship statement of standards the GTI believes the information disclosure policies held by International Financial Institutions should conform to.
(February 12, 2007) Government auditors have discovered 280 billion yuan (US$36 billion) in accounting "irregularities" in companies and government departments across the country. The problems were found after checking the books of more than 137,000 organizations last year, the National Audit Office said on its Website yesterday, quoting a speech by chief Li Jinhua.
(January 12, 2007) Chinese dissidents say they will launch a site designed with encryption software to let whistle-blowers worldwide post sensitive documents on the internet without being traced.
(January 8, 2007) China’s National Audit Office (CNAO) discovered 7.1 billion yuan (816 million US dollars) in illegally used social security funds in 2006, said Auditor-General Li Jinhua on Monday.
(December 7, 2006) A court in southwestern China has secretly executed a man who took part in an environmental protest which turned into a riot, a lawyer and a family member said on Wednesday.
(December 7, 2006) Chinese officials have secretly executed a demonstrator who took part in a massive protest in 2004 against a hydro-electric dam in the south-western province of Sichuan, lawyers and family members said yesterday.
(November 22, 2006) In October 2005, the State Environmental Protection Administration (SEPA) strengthened the domestic environmental impact assessment (EIA) market by conducting a nationwide review of the environmental impact assessment agencies (EIA Agencies) and re-issuing qualification certificates.