The Roles, Mechanism and Realization Path of Incorruption Culture to Avoid Incorruption Risk

Junbin LI

Abstract


Incorruption risk refers to a kind of possibility that party and government leading cadres conduct corrupt behavior in the process of realizing their duties or in their political life. Incorruption culture is the product of the combination of incorruption construction and culture construction, which acts as system background in avoiding incorruption risk. Thus, to strengthen the construction of anti-corruption, it is necessary to emphasize the role of the incorruption system, and pay more attention to the incorruption culture, which is the basis of system construction. Bring the construction of incorruption culture into the system of punishing and preventing corruption. Realize the dual function of incorruption culture (“cure” and “prevention”) in avoiding incorruption risk.


Keywords


Incorruption culture; Incorruption risk; System background; Roles and mechanism; Realization path

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