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Pak Un Jong, right, chairperson of the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission, poses after signing a memorandum of understanding with Lee Chan-hee, president of the Korean Bar Association, at the association’s office in Gangnam District, southern Seoul, last Friday to pledge to collaborate on the operation of a new advisory group within the commission comprised of attorneys. The lawyers’ group will be funded by the commission to represent members of the public who want to anonymously report cases for the public good. [ANTI-CORRUPTION AND CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION]

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