Ban Ki-moon : Re-elected chairman of the Conduct Commission, has held this post since 2017


Former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon was re-elected on Tuesday as the chairman of the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) Conduct Commission. He was re-elected to this position during the session of the IOC.

Ban Ki-moon, a 77-year-old South Korean politician, and diplomat has held this position since 2017. He will remain in this position for another term of four years. Laura Chinchilla of Costa Rica, who joined the IOC as a member in 2019, will be the new member of the Ethics Commission.

China's Henqin Shui was once again elected a member of the commission for four years. She also became a member of the commission in 2017. The opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics is to be held on Friday. Ban Ki-moon was the eighth Secretary-General of the United Nations from January 2007 to December 2016.