President Roh Tae-woo carried out a partial shakeup of his administration and personal staff Monday following a housing scandal, underscoring his will to maintain a clean government.

The move - which affected two Cabinet members, the Seoul mayor and the senior presidential secretary for administrative affairs - was prompted by a housing scandal in which five lawmakers and four other people were arrested.Presidential spokesman Lee Soo-jung said the leadership of the government party will also be reshuffled Tuesday. Political sources said some key members of the party have offered to resign.

An investigation team at the Prosecutor-General's Office, meanwhile, announced the result of its investigation into the scandal, which involved influence-peddling, extortion and bribery amounting to $1.1 million.