As of the end of October, 104,900 violations have been reported nationwide and more than 138,800 officials were subject to disciplinary action.
That’s according to CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection or CCDI, the country’s top graft watchdog.
During the three-year adoption of the eight-point rules, the CCDI has introduced a series of measures to deal with the undesirable work habits.
The CCDI also exposed typical cases, naming and shaming violators ranging from village chiefs to provincial and ministerial level officials on its website.
In 2015, China called for increased vigilance as extravagance, formalism and bureaucracy takes on new forms not easy to detect.