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Police look for election irregularities
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승인 2010.03.30  14:25:06
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The Jeju Police Department has set up a special office to deal with any illegal acts of campaigning and electioneering ahead of the June 2 local elections.

More than 70 officers assigned to the office began work on March 22 as the election campaign heated up.

They will focus on uncovering irregularities, including bribery, slander, unlawful intervention in the process or campaigning by public servants.

Currently five alleged cases are under investigation. In related news, anyone who reports illegal election acts will be eligible to receive a reward of up to 500 million won.
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