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High-income earners take bribes in Guangzhou
Latest Updated by 2006-09-08 10:25:42
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An official at the Haizhu District People's Procuratorate in Guangzhou recently told our reporter about a poll done on bribery takers. The poll reveals that people with good school education and a high income makes up a large proportion of bribery takers.

The official said that among the 70 bribery takers that took the poll, many worked in government departments, state-owned enterprises, or national public institutions. Some were leaders of companies, while others were department heads or cadres. Most of these bribery takers worked in education, medical service, engineering, or finance sector.

The poll shows that 8 of the 70 bribery takers in the poll received education in senior middle schools, 17 in junior colleges, 30 in universities, and 15 in graduate schools holding a master's degree.

"This reflects that many bribe takers have received good education and are actually high-qualified public servants. Their illegal activities should arouse the concern of the authorities," said the official.

Information of the poll shows that among the 70 bribe takers, there were 38 people who made a monthly salary between 3,000 - 5,000 yuan, accounting for 54% of the total; 21 had a monthly salary between 5,000 - 10,000 yuan, accounting for 30% of the total; 11 whose monthly salaries were above 10,000 yuan, accounting for 16% of the total. Most bribery takers earned a relatively high salary and 53% of them said they were satisfied with their payment.

"We need to think deeply about how to contain public servants' greed and how to set up a long-term scheme to prevent them from committing duty-related crimes," said the official.
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