Ousted South Korean President, Park Geun-hy, Indicted On Bribery Charges, Case To Go To Criminal Court

Park Geun-hye 2013
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South Korean prosecutors have formally indicted ousted President Park Geun-hye on bribery charges in a high-profile corruption scandal. The prosecutors’ office made the indictment Monday, sending her case to a criminal court. Park, the country’s first democratically elected president to be ousted from office, was arrested and detained last month after a South Korean court approved…

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