The website of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection: what staff members can take the lien measure?


The website of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection: what staff members can take the lien measure?

Original title: [reply selection / monitoring law] who can take lien measures? Headlines -- the website of the State Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection

Editor's note: since the promulgation and implementation of the People's Republic of China supervision law, many readers have put forward questions on the website of the State Supervision Committee of the central discipline Commission, in order to help you better learn the supervision law and respond to social concerns. We have compiled the "Chinese people", "the Chinese people", written by the State Supervision Committee of the central discipline Commission. Part of the book entitled "learning and questioning of the law of the people's Republic of China" is for your reference and attention.

Q: what staff members can take the lien measure?

Answer: the indwelling measures can be taken by the investigators suspected of embezzlement and bribery, misconduct and malfeasance and other serious duty offense, as well as the persons involved in the crime of bribery or joint duties. Taking the lien measures for these personnel requires three elements: first, the elements involved. The key elements of detention are the serious job-related crimes or official crimes suspected of corruption, bribery and dereliction of duty. The two is the evidence element. The evidence element of lien is that the supervisory organ has already grasped some facts and evidence of illegal and criminal activities, and there are still important issues to be further investigated. The three is one of the following statutory cases: (1) involving significant and complex cases; (2) possible escape, suicide; (3) may be colluding or forgery, concealment or destruction of evidence; (4) there may be other impediments to investigation. (questions and answers from the "People's Republic of China supervision law" compiled by the state regulatory commission of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection)

Editor in responsibility: Zhang Di


Waonews is a news media from China, with hundreds of translations, rolling updates China News, hoping to get the likes of foreign netizens