South Korean Former President Park Apologizes, Promises To Answer Questions in Corruption Investigation
Tuesday, 21 March 2017 Ousted former president Park Guen-hye said that she was "sorry" to the people after arriving for questioning at a prosecutors' office in Seoul on Tuesday morning, according to The Associated Press. Earlier this month the Constitutional Court rules to dismiss her as president after parliament impeached her months earlier over allegations that she was colluding with a childhood friend to extort money from businesses along with bribery and other criminal charges."I am sorry to the people. I will sincerely undergo an investigation," Park said when arrived at a Seoul prosecutors' office Park quickly entered the building amid cameras taking her picture and it was not clear initially if her remarks...
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