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North Korea Says Hundreds Of Safety-Inspection Documents For Nuclear Power Plants Have Been Forged

The question of what is ethical has been raised in North Korea after a report that documents regarding the nuclear power plants were forged. A report shows that approximately 1.2% of inspection certificates were forged, which possibly led to the problems with the nations nuclear problems. This report led to the arrests of roughly 100 people.

Is it ethical for government officials to forge documents? In my opinion, the answer is no. I believe it is not ethical for a person to forge a document that may cause loss of life. Nuclear power is very dangerous and, if not managed correctly, may result in a large amount of deaths. Government officials have been voted in by the public and should be trusted.

 

http://www.globalethics.org/newsline/2013/10/15/north-korea-forged/


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