China’s Anti-Corruption Crackdown to Last 5 Years
By Andrew Crawford, Marketing −
China’s president Xi Jingping has launched an anti-corruption campaign in light of recent events, citing a need to “strengthen officials’ attitudes against corruption.” Jingping stated he believed the campaign would take at least five years to come to fruition.
The former Chinese Domestic Security Chief Zhou Yongkang was recently accused of corruption, making him the highest-ranking official accused of corruption since the Communist Party came into power in 1949.
With an investigation already underway, the public trial is likely to commence soon. This trial recalls that of politician Bo Xilal, who was tried and convicted on charges of bribe-taking and embezzlement and sentenced to life in prison.
There are many corrupt Chinese traditions, including that of hiding cellphones, jewelry and money in the boxes of moon cakes and delivering them to high-ranking officials as presents. The goal is to bribe officials to cooperate and to gain favor in an election or other type of political event.
Many embarrassing and costly investigations could be prevented through regular tests by a new lie detector test called EyeDetect™. EyeDetect is the most advanced technology to come to the market in years. It monitors subtle changes in a subject’s eyes while they answer true/false questions given by a computer.
This revolutionary new product proves to be 85 percent accurate and is a non-intrusive, easy test to administer. It is relatively inexpensive, making it a cost-effective option for government screening.
Imagine if this polygraph alternative was used every few months in the Chinese government, and the employees were asked questions about any fraudulent activities in which they may be participating. EyeDetect has the ability to show, with a high degree of accuracy, those culpable and thereby assist the Chinese government in its anti-corruption campaign.