28.07.14 03:15 Age: 3 yrs
Edward E. Lehman Invited on to CCTV to Discuss Anti-Corruption Drives in China
Beijing – July 5, 2014 – The CCTV (China Central Television) invited Mr. Edward Lehman, the managing director of Lehman, Lee and Xu, to take part in a CCTV show discussing Anti-corruption drives in China. This discussion covered a range of topics including: how effective President Xi’s current measures are in preventing government corruption, what preconditions need to be met to guarantee the movements success, how the CCDI (Central Commission on Discipline and Inspection) works, how the government will handle future high profile corruption cases and how the current apparatus used in China at the moment compares to anti-corruption efforts in other countries.
Mr. Lehman describes his own experience as an observer in China, watching how the CCDI works in finding and exposing corrupt party officials in specific cases, as well as where he believe the corruption could be stemming from. He goes on to illustrate his thoughts on how China can shape its laws in order to fight corruption appropriately, how corruption in China compares to corruption in the US, what measures could be taken to change the mindset of people as a whole in order to create a positive moral compass as well as how corruption within officials and the measures taken against them compares between China and the US.
Mr. Lehman’s CCTV interview can be found on Youtube, Tudou and on our LehmanLaw site under “Press Room”
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