BEIJING - Rising political star Zhao Leji  has become China's next anti-corruption czar after he was elected head of the Central Committee for Discipline Inspection (CCDI), the party's top anti-graft watchdog.
China re-named Liu He, one of President Xi Jinping's closest financial and economic advisers, to the Communist Party's Central Committee, a signal the country's leaders aren't looking to make significant changes to economic policy as they begin a new five-year term.