BEIJING, March 4 (Xinhua) -- Over the past three years, the Supreme People's Procuratorate (SPA) has posted nearly 1,300 pieces of information on major duty-related criminal cases on its official social media accounts.
The top procuratorate launched its official microblog account on March 3, 2014 to boost transparency, and it currently runs 12 accounts on microblog platforms, instant messaging app WeChat and other mobile apps, according to an SPP statement.
The SPP has also updated information via social media about graft investigations into 86 officials at the ministerial level and above, including Zhou Yongkang, Ling Jihua and Ling Zhengce, as well as about high-profile cases such as the Tianjin warehouse blasts, the Shenzhen landslide and the vaccine scandal.
It has broadcasted 38 press conferences live on topics related to the public interest, including corruption, violence in campuses and hospitals and food safety, on its microblog platforms, said the statement.
According to the SPP, official social media accounts of procuratorates at all levels now have a total of more than 115 million followers.