South Korean prosecutors have formally charged a Choi sung-SIL, a friend of President Park Geun-Hye, and the two former aides, Reuters reports. As explained in office of public Prosecutor, it is expected that the President would be an accomplice to illegal acts, but to indict her is not according to the Constitution, as it is covered by the immunity. However, the investigation against the head of the state will continue.
The defendants are accused of excess of office powers and in forcing companies to transfer money to the Fund. Choi sung-SIL is accused of having exerted pressure on dozens of major companies, so they transferred the money to two non-profit Foundation. In case of figures, the sum of 77.4 billion won ($65.6 million). The former second assistant to the President Jeong Ho song is accused of having allowed the transfer of classified information.
In Seoul scandal, threatens impeachment for, Park Geun-Hye. The President accused that she surrounded herself with sectarians and fortune-tellers who had access to secret government documents and influenced the political course of the country.
Choi sung-SIL (daughter of Choi Tae the Mine, head of a shaman cult in the country) accused that she used her influence, forcing corporations to make donations in the associated funds. On 3 November the court issued a warrant for the arrest of 60-year-old woman.
Experts do not exclude that under the influence of Choi sung-SIL was determined, in particular, South Korean policy towards North Korea.