Korea Launches Audits On Sports Bodies To Ensure Fair Operation
The South Korean government "announced plans to conduct audits on sports organizations across the country to ensure fair and transparent administration," according to the YONHAP NEWS. Ministry of Culture, Sports & Tourism Sports Bureau Dir Noh Tae-gang said that "audits began on Monday and will go on until the end of this year." Noh added inspections "could be carried over into next year if necessary." According to Noh, the ministry "will examine the Korean Olympic Committee and the Korea Sports Association for the Disabled, plus national sports governing bodies under their auspices, and also provincial and municipal sports organizations" (YONHAP NEWS, 8/26).