Essay about Clean Rewards Prevent Corruption

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Could Clean Rewards Prevent Corruption? -- Beijing Review

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UPDATED: December 2, 2013 NO. 49 DECEMBER 5, 2013

Could Clean Rewards Prevent Corruption?

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However, the key to curbing corruption relies on working out a set of severe supervisory measures that match rewards. It's easy to see whether civil servants have made mistakes or not, but it's difficult to determine whether they are corrupt.
How is "clean performance" defined? There must be a rigid assessment standard to ensure the transparency and fairness of reward system, so that it could really help curb corruption.

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Wuyetingcan (wenming.cn): It is widely believed that clean governance is a basic requirement for civil servants. The root of corruption lies in the unrestrained power at the hands of civil servants. As long as they are free to use their power as they like, so-called clean rewards would do little to help curb the spread of corruption. Blogs
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The clean performance reward system has been operating in Singapore and
Hong Kong for many years, encouraging civil servants to refrain from corrupt actions. But it is a fresh attempt in China. The government should listen to public opinion. Clean rewards should be kept from becoming just another form of welfare. PDF Edition
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