People watch a TV broadcasting a news report on South Korea's ousted leader Park Geun-hye at a railway station in Seoul, South Korea, March 21, 2017. News1 via REUTERS
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Ousted South Korean president Park Geun-hye apologized to the country Tuesday as she arrived at prosecutors' offices for questioning as a criminal suspect in a corruption scandal that has gripped the country for months.Park, 65, became South Korea's first democratically elected president to be removed from office when the Constitutional Court this month upheld her impeachment by parliament in December.Park and Choi have both denied wrongdoing.Park, who was accompanied by two of her lawyers, was given tea before her first session of questioning by two prosecutors and an investigation official, prosecutors said in a statement.Park declined to have her questioning recorded by video camera, prosecutors said.A top official from Park's party urged prosecutors not to be swayed by public opinion but to find the truth and give Park the cordial treatment a former president deserved.
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