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China Implements Nationwide Corruption Hotline

Sohu.com, Posted: Jul 30, 2008

BEIJINGThe Chinese government started its first nation-wide public watchdog telephone service Thursday. According to Sohu.com, a Chinese language online news service, people from every corner of China can dial 12388 to report on corrupty activity by government officials and party members. Most of the 12388 lines in over thirty provinces of China were overwhelmingly busy on the first day that the service started. Some provinces offer an option to speak to a government representative or have the complaint recorded.

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