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The Role of the Government and the Legal Measures for the Prevention of Corruption in Public Institutions

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2019, 85(), pp.259-279
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law
  • Received : January 31, 2019
  • Accepted : February 15, 2019

Cholho Choi 1

1청주대학교

Accredited

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this school is to increase the role of the government and speed up the readjustment of the legal system for prevention of corruption, and to prevent corruptions or similar concepts scattered under various laws in order to achieve this goal, and to prevent corruption, the role of the government is to prevent corruption. Although the government's role in preventing corruption is effectively played by all government agencies, it is the National Rights Commission that establishes general and comprehensive anti-corruption measures and makes efforts to reduce the level of corruption in the nation. However, in order for the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission to function as a control tower for the prevention of corruption, the current level of inspections, audits, and other reports have shown that if there is any possibility of corruption, the function to transfer to a judicial institution is insufficient and forceful measures such as the right to investigate will be effective. Corruption does not appear to be a massive corruption in the first place, but is likely to occur from neglect of duty or lax administration. Also important is education, such as ethics education and integrity education, which can be a good way to prevent corruption, as it can cause neither ignorance of policies nor legislative acts. As the last bastion to prevent corruption and corruption that is spread throughout our society is to improve the level of consciousness and democracy of the people, it is important to create an environment for a nation that can grow as a democratic citizen, and it is urgent to reform legislation to do so.

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