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>> A new turn in the relentless pursuit of impeached President Park Geun-hye in South Korea. Prosecutors on Monday saying they will seek an arrest warrant that will land her in a prison cell for up to 20 days, while under investigation for allegedly taking bribes in return for political favors.
Park is accused of conspiring to pressure big businesses, urging them to donate money towards specific foundations that back her policies, though she denies any wrongdoing. This latest development coming after she faced investigators in a 14-hour grilling last week. Prosecutors can continue their probe while the former president is in a prison cell if they need to file charges against her inside the 20 day window.
They say the case against Park is very grave and highlights abuses of power. If she is convicted, she could face more than a decade behind bars.