BEIJING, Jan. 11 (Xinhua) -- Over 6,200 members of the Communist Party of China (CPC) were held accountable for undesirable work styles from January to November last year, the top anti-graft body said Wednesday.
In 2013 the CPC launched a "mass line" campaign to strengthen members' links with the people and to eliminate undesirable work styles including formalism, bureaucratism, hedonism and extravagance.
Party members who violated the policies on undesirable work styles accounted for 43 percent of all members castigated for incompetence in implementing accountability and supervision, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) said.
Over 2,000 Party members were held accountable for regional and systemic corruption, while over 6,100 heads of Party committees at all levels were held accountable for various issues, according to the CCDI.
The accountability system of the CPC was built in accordance with the first intra-Party accountability regulation that went into effect in July last year. Zheng Zhencheng, an official with the CCDI, said nine ministerial-level organs have issued detailed measures to carry out the regulation.
From January to November last year, over 11,200 cases involving violations of the regulation were found, and 14,800 people from more than 780 Party organizations were castigated, the CCDI said.