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Plans for preventing the plutocratic election

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Authors

Choi, Jae-Wook

Issue Date
1994
Publisher
Graduate School of Public Administration, Seoul National University
Citation
Korean Journal of Policy Studies, Vol.9, pp. 91-104
Abstract
Korean citizens are currently becoming more and more aware of the urgent
necessity of reforming the election laws due to economic and moral considerations.
Even though the deep-rooted illegal election manipulated by the government
authority disappeared by dint of our persistent effort, the problem of the
plutocratic election still remains unsolved. Some have argued that the mediumlarge
district system can realize the election If minimal cost. However, Japan
does not seem very successful although they have so far employed the mediumlarge
district system. Moreover, Some Western countries do not suffer from the
plutocratic election granted that they have had the small district system.
Moreover, some Western countries do not suffer from the plutocratic election
granted that they have had the small district system. Because the size of the electoral
district does not appear to be related to the plutocratic election, it is argued
that we can solve this problem by improving ways of the election campaign.
The principles of "freedom" and "equity" are proposed along wit a couple of
guides that indicate the direction of the reformation of eleaion laws. In addition,
execution of the public management of the election is suggested and diissed
in spite of some problems it might cause.
ISSN
1225-5017
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/70346
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