Wang Zhen, a reporter from the global times, said, “we should let gift giving, asking for gifts and purchasing diplomas become the past.” Kazakhstan’s president Tokayev presided over a government meeting on the same day, mainly on anti-corruption issues, and said he would step up efforts to crack down on daily corruption, Kazakhstan’s “Today newspaper” reported on the 19th. At the meeting, Tokayev demanded that the national anti-corruption agency and other government departments should draw up a “roadmap to combat daily corruption” as soon as possible. He said that “corruption is eating up state institutions like rust”. From January to July this year, 912 people in Kazakhstan were prosecuted for corruption crimes, an increase of 11% compared with the same period last year. During the period of the new coronavirus pandemic, the fight against corruption should be strengthened, because the public security bureau should strengthen the fight against corruption People’s income has generally decreased, and the risk of misappropriation of funds that boost the economy has increased. In addition, Tokayev also said that encountering corruption in daily life will make people have a “sense of no way out” and do not believe in the existence of fairness and justice. If government agencies do not act in anti-corruption, people’s dissatisfaction will increase day by day. He asked government agencies to hold dialogues with citizens to determine where corruption is rampant, and to strengthen corruption prevention measures, so that the society can assist state organs to jointly eliminate daily corruption.