Chief officials of Party organs at all levels should be aware that failing to curb corruption is a serious breach of duty. They will be the first to be held responsible if corruption occurs in their field of responsibility.
Discipline agencies will continue to fight undesirable work styles, such as formalism, bureaucracy, hedonism and extravagance, in line with the eight-point guidelines issued by the CPC leadership in December 2012.
The country will continue the ban on officials spending public money on expensive dinners, gifts and tours, visiting private clubs, as well as accepting gifts and money from their subordinates and persons of interest in any form.
The CCDI also pledged name-and-shame measures on officials if they were caught violating the guidelines and bans.
Discipline inspection agencies will continue investigating and punishing officials violating Party rules and laws, especially those embezzling public money, taking bribes, selling or buying government positions, bending laws for personal ends, living a corrupted lifestyle and failing to fulfill their duties.
加大国际追逃追赃力度，决不让腐败分子逍遥法外。We will step up our efforts to hunt down corrupt officials who flee abroad and retrieve their illegal income. They will never go unpunished.
Senior officials will be under stricter scrutiny. Discipline agencies will double-check the information they are asked to report, mostly about their personal lives, for instance, whether their spouses and children have migrated.
The CCDI pledged to police its own officers, severely punish any corrupt ones and be open to supervision from other Party departments, the public and media.