Former president’s lawyer says she will cooperate with the probe
SEOUL Constitutional Court last Friday, would be required to attend a prosecutors’ office here on Tuesday, a spokesman said.
A criminal suspect in the scandal, Park had repeatedly refused to make herself available for questioning by the prosecutors, before the country’s highest court confirmed a parliamentary impeachment motion against her.
Friday’s final ruling stripped her of power and executive privileges, including protection from criminal indictment, and she left the presidential palace at the weekend.
Park’s lawyer said yesterday she would “cooperate” with the probe.