Court approves request for arrest warrant Samsung-vice-president af
The South Korean court has the warrant of arrest for Samsung’s vice chairman Lee Jae-yong will be rejected. The court believe it is not that the vice president just will leave the country, leaving the investigation at home should wait.
In addition, the court has already decided that Lee Jae-yong, the country is not allowed to leave, reports The Korea Herald Wednesday. As a result, the South Korean court is of the opinion that the man the country also will not leave.
The vice-president of Samsung is currently suspected of bribery in a major corruption scandal. Previously, Jae-yong appointed as a suspect in the case, and the husband of the 22 hours answered.
The vice-president would have the money given to a girlfriend of South Korean president Park Geun-hye, in exchange for political and business favors.
The bribery would have helped with the controversial merger of Samsung C&T Cheil Industries. Shareholders supported the acquisition, but the president ordered the relevant National Pension Service, in order to vote.