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Regulation to help monitor Chinese police conduct

BEIJING, May 4 (Xinhua) -- The first regulation on rules of conduct for Chinese police and punishments for violating them will take effect on June 1.

The regulation specifies 76 disciplines for violations, said a statement published on the website of Ministry of Public Security Tuesday.

Jointly issued by Ministry of Public Security, Ministry of Supervision and Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security, the regulation requires related local monitoring bureaus to seriously investigate any violation of the rules by police.

The new regulation, together with former ones, would become an effective measure in the promotion of strict and fair law enforcement by Chinese police, said the statement.


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