One of the suggestions is to expand the numbers of positions defined through technical skills and experience instead of Presidential indication.

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Guidelines on what to do B. Discuss the meaning of each part (purpose, objective, what you need to tell – MODEL) 1. Unbalanced Power (Executive is strongest than Legislative and Judiciary) You need to find evidence that Executive power in South Korea is unbalanced and texts to support the idea of rebalancing the branches (executive, legislative and judiciary). When there is a real balance between the branches, it is more difficult to flourish corruption. One of the suggestions is to expand the numbers of positions defined through technical skills and experience instead of Presidential indication. Especially for power positions (positions in government who’s the budget is very big). Not as a suggestion, but Michael could mention the benefits of Parliamentary Over Presidentially (the prime minister is not powerful as the president).

2. Conflict of Interest (with Chaebol) Here, the most crucial point in this “model” is clarified that a president is an agent of the people/population and must to act as a leader struggling to provide the better for the welfare of the majority. But in Korea, the power of the traditional families misrepresents the general interest. If you find more evidence of the promiscuous relationship between the traditional families (Samsung, Hyundai, etc.) much better. One example is the support of Samsung to pay the expenditures of the daughter’s president a best friend. Finally what to do to avoid that relation? My suggestion is imposing limits on gifts, and transparency about the presidential relationship with Chaebol. In Korea, it was used Non-profit organizations as corruption stream. So, a strong audit (external and independent should be done regularly)

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