Dispositions pursuant to paragraphs 2 and 3 cannot be filed with the court. Matters necessary to ensure the standards of communication and broadcasting facilities and the functions of newspapers shall be determined by law. The organization, scope of responsibility, and other necessary matters of the National Advisory Committee shall be determined by law. The status of public officials and political neutrality are guaranteed by law. The Cabinet deliberates on important policies belonging to government powers. The bill takes effect by law even if the President does not request enactment or reconsideration within the period specified in paragraph 1. The president shall chair the National Security Council. The state must strive to prevent disasters and protect its people from such risks. Government audit, investigation procedures, and other necessary matters shall be determined by law.
All citizens have tax obligations stipulated in the law. The director-general is appointed by the President with the consent of the Congress, and the term of office is four years and can only be reappointed once. If a person detained as a criminal suspect or criminal defendant is punished or acquitted under the law, he or she may request the state to compensate according to the law. The President may issue a Presidential Decree on matters delegated and matters necessary for the enforcement of the law within the specific scope of the law. The term of office of judges and Supreme Court judges other than the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court is 10 years, and they may be reappointed in accordance with the provisions of the law. The state has an obligation to strive to promote social security and social welfare.