Rule of Law Essential for Second Phase of Democratization

Lee Hong-koo
March 2009
Korea Focus;Spring2009, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p26
In this article the author discusses the Korean democracy which is being affected by the current economic crisis in Korea. He comments that the country will win international competition and become an advanced democracy unless Korean politics change. He suggests to restructure the political framework and reform rules so the government can befit a democracy and to overcome the economic and political crises.


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