Chinese military to crack down on bureaucratic practices
The Discipline Inspection Commission under the Central Military Commission of China has released a list of bureaucratic practices in a bid to crack down on undesirable work styles.
The list covers 52 practices that commonly exist in different parts of the military including administrative duties, troop training and meeting procedure.
The commission asked officials of all levels in the military to check if their current practices involve the ones on the list.
The DIC will also highlight typical bad practice cases in order to improve the military's work styles.