(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
An unidentified official has said that the recent promulgation of Chinese Communist Party Regulations on Disciplinary Measures was a result of three factors: ideas from the Central Committee, the changing social, political and economic environment and the need to solve the problem of corruption. The official said that the content was based on three key relationships: the relationship between continuation and innovation, between strict party management and real feasibility and between inner-party rules and the rule of law. The following is the text of an unattributed report entitled: "An important milestone in the history of building discipline in the party - A responsible comrade from the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection answers questions by a Xinhua News Agency reporter on the 'Chinese Communist Party Regulations on Disciplinary Measures'"; carried by official Chinese news agency Xinhua (New China News Agency)
Beijing, 19 February: At a time when the "Chinese Communist Party Regulations on Disciplinary Measures" were released to the public, a responsible comrade from the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection granted an interview to a reporter from the Xinhua news agency and answered the reporter's questions on the promulgation and implementation of the "Party Regulations on Disciplinary Measures".
Q: Recently, the CCP [Chinese Communist Party] Central Committee officially promulgated the "Chinese Communist Party Regulations on Disciplinary Measures" (hereinafter referred to as the "Party Regulations on Disciplinary Measures" for short). Could you please talk about the reasons for revising and promulgating the "Party Regulations on Disciplinary Measures"?
A: The CCP Central Committee's recently published "Party Regulations on …