Michael J. Sandel, author of the 2008 bestseller “Justice: What's the Right Thing to Do?," will participate in a virtual international anticorruption conference co-hosted by the Korean government to discuss unfairness in the Covid-19 pandemic.
Korea will host the world’s largest anticorruption conference in December virtually, the government’s corruption watchdog announced Wednesday.
In its latest economic survey of Korea, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) said Korea has “stepped up” its fight against corruption recently, but added that “challenges remain.”
President Moon Jae-in has picked a former two-term ruling party lawmaker as new head of Korea's state anticorruption body, the Blue House announced Friday.
Former justice minister and presidential aide Cho Kuk attended a court hearing Friday for the first time since he was indicted on charges related to his daughter's academic credentials and a suspended inspection into a corruption case.