Introduction to Promoting Social Honest Behavior and Rewarding Attribution
Directly or indirectly educating and persuading those responsible for untrustworthy behaviors to correct untrustworthy behaviors, punish untrustworthy behaviors, reward honest behaviors, and other behaviors that reward good and punish evil should all be identified as promoting social honesty, and the perpetrators and related recipients should be identified as Promote honest behavior in society. Behaviors that promote social integrity include, but are not limited to, the behaviors listed below:
(1) Actively advise affiliated organizations and partners to abide by the principle of good faith;
(2) State organs actively educate and advise units and individuals within the jurisdiction to abide by the principle of good faith, and strengthen investigation and supervision of those responsible for malicious and seriously untrustworthy acts and their affiliated organizations and partners who refuse to correct , to prevent them from engaging in other illegal acts, to prevent them from transferring benefits, and to prevent them from continuing to harm the society;
(3) Do not purchase products or services from persons responsible for malicious or seriously dishonest acts and their affiliated organizations and partners;
(4) Do not sell products or services to persons responsible for malicious or seriously dishonest acts and their affiliated organizations and partners;
(5) Do not employ persons responsible for malicious or seriously untrustworthy acts, their affiliated personnel, and cooperating personnel;
(6) Do not engage in other business cooperation with persons responsible for malicious or serious dishonesty and their affiliated organizations and partners;
(7) Do not provide other [other than humanitarian] support for those responsible for malicious or seriously untrustworthy acts and their affiliated organizations and partners;
(8) Provide material or spiritual rewards to units or individuals who have performed good deeds such as honest behavior, honest related behavior, and promotion of social honest behavior;
(9) Other behaviors that promote social integrity.
The essence of promoting social integrity is a kind of [behavior of assuming social responsibility]. Although promoting social honesty is not honesty, and promoting social honesty is not directly engaged in honesty, there is a certain indirect causal relationship or important influence relationship between promoting social honesty and honesty.
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