Although there have been no details of when and how an official residence system will be implemented, it has caught the attention.
As the efforts intensify, some senior officials have been investigated for corruption, and the amount of money involved has been staggering.
The second batch of inspectors, divided into 10 groups, have started inspections of designated government organs and State-owned enterprises.
Corruption is a problem in countries across the world, with developing countries often believed to be more prone to it.
One of the important developments in China has been the announcement of a change in the State Council's management of the economy and the society.
A flagship newspaper of the Communist Party of China in a strong-worded op-ed Monday blasted bureaucracy that haunted some officials long as "lingering ghost."
Party disciplinary violations that amount to criminal abuses of power should be treated as criminal cases, experts said.
Apparently, grain was placed inside an otherwise empty building to impress the then premier. Hard evidence is difficult to come by, but the case does require further investigation.
A law professor has praised new efforts to regulate the formation of the Communist Party of China (CPC) rules.
Starting with supervisory officials will make government officials at all levels understand the determination to treat them all equally, which is a fundamental way to fight corruption.