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Tranquil Yankou ancient townChina targets pollution-related misconduct by officials(Xinhua)    19:36, June 12, 2014Email|Print|Comments      twitter    facebook    Sina Microblog    reddit    Increases the bookmarkdiggGoogleDeliciousbuzzfriendfeedLinkedindiigostumbleuponQzoneQQ MicroblogChinas procuratorial agencies will intensify their work to investigate and prosecute environment-related crimes, including official misconduct in pollution cases.In the first four months of this year, a total of 349 people in China were investigated or prosecuted by procuratorial agencies for suspected crimes of dereliction of duty regarding environmental issues, according to a document issued at a press conference held by the Supreme Peoples Procuratorate (SPP) on Thursday.In such cases, government officials were found to have failed to practice their administrative duty in handling pollution cases, and some accepted bribes, abused their power to approve polluting projects, and acted as a "protective umbrella" for polluters, said Li Zhongcheng, deputy head of the SPPs tribunal in charge of duty dereliction prosecutions.From 2013 to April of this year, a total of 1,545 people had been investigated, the SPP document said.The prosecutors are also working to punish crimes that caused environmental damages.In 2013, procuratorial agencies across China brought charges against 20,969 people for relevant crimes, the document said.(Editor:Gao Yinan、Bianji)Related readingChina arrests 186 for environmental pollution in 2013China to cut capacity in polluting industriesChinas green contribution to the worldChinas war against pollution a daunting taskInfographic: Chinas environmental protection efforts since 2013China declares war against pollutionChina declares war against pollutionResort island frets over inburst of carsChina to forecast air quality to reduce firework pollutionShanghai makes plan against pollution clearerWe RecommendCant take eyes off national teams in World Cup
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