China's supervisory network reform will boost the country's efforts to fight corruption and thus benefit its economic development, Teddy Kaberuka, an economic analyst in Rwanda, told Xinhua.[Special coverage]
China's national legislature, which opened its annual session in Beijing on Monday, will deliberate on a draft supervision law designed to lay a legal foundation for an upgraded anti-graft task force.
Upon adoption of the law, a new supervisory network would be established, consisting of supervisory commissions at the national, provincial, city and county levels, with legally defined duties, liabilities and protocols.
Kaberuka said the new setup is an important method to sustain China's achievements in its anti-corruption campaign, adding that a strong institution for anti-corruption is very important for the country's economic development.
Creating an institution for accountability in the form of supervisory commissions is necessary for fighting corruption, said Emmanuel Ndahiro, a political analyst.
Rwanda analysts pointed out that the proposed new supervisory network is critical to achieving the country's development goals.