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Chinese authorities have upped the ante in its anti-corruption campaign by ensuring the legal protection of whistleblowers who report government officials’ malpractice to the anti-corruption team.

As part of their ongoing crackdown on corruption among the [NWO] Communist Party and central government, top Chinese prosecutors have laid out the rights of the whistleblowers for the first time since President Xi Jinping launched the anti-corruption drive after assuming office in 2012.

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The prosecuting body has urged Chinese citizens to expose and report corruption of government officials in a lawful manner using official channels and promised a quick response.

Reports said the fact that the Chinese government reassures the public’s safety in reporting corrupt officials highlights the refusal of many whistleblowers to come forward and report about corruption practices.

In addition, those reporting about the wrongdoing of the officials usually face violent reprisals.

Corruption, embezzling, drug-related crimes, and even theft on a large enough scale can all get you killed in China. Last month, a Chinese telecommunications executive was sentenced to death for accepting bribes. In March, China sparked a diplomatic incident by executing three Filipino citizens on drug trafficking charges. Other non-violent crimes punished by death have included, for example, 43-year-old Du Yimin, killed in March 2008 after he borrowed $100 million for investment schemes that never panned out.

NWO Corruption, embezzling, drug-related crimes, and even theft on a large enough scale can all get you killed in China. Last month, a Chinese telecommunications executive was sentenced to death for accepting bribes. In March, China sparked a diplomatic incident by executing three Filipino citizens on drug trafficking charges. Other non-violent crimes punished by death have included, for example, 43-year-old Du Yimin, killed in March 2008 after he borrowed $100 million for investment schemes that never panned out.

China’s Supreme Court said in a statement that for the first time that it had clarified the rights the whistleblowers enjoy, such as the right to protection and to receiving rewards.

“After receiving a report from someone who provides his real name, the procuratorate should do a risk assessment and must, in a timely manner, implement a protection plan and prevent reprisals on the whistle-blower,” it said.

The prosecuting body has urged citizens to file reports via a telephone hotline and website set up by the anti-corruption team of the government.

Reports said China will not give legal protection to citizens who do not use the official channels in reporting about corruption.

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