South Korea charges previous ‘comfort ladies’ extremist with misrepresentation
South Korean investigators on Monday arraigned the previous pioneer of a promotion nonton drakor baru bunch for survivors of Japanese wartime sexual misuse on charges of misrepresentation and misappropriation.
Yoon Mee-hyang ventured down as top of the Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance for the Issues of Military Sexual Slavery by Japan, otherwise called Jungdaehyup, this year to dispatch a fruitful offer for a seat in parliament, where she presently fills in as an individual from the decision party.
From that point forward, she has been hounded by charges that she utilized government sponsorships for her own advantage, as opposed to help the “comfort ladies” – a Japanese code word for those compelled to work in Japan’s wartime houses of ill-repute.
Examiners said in an announcement, Yoon was charged on eight tallies, remembering illicitly getting a huge number of dollars for government appropriations, spending gifts to the non-benefit bunch on close to home buys, and convincing a casualty who was experiencing Alzheimer’s illness to give to the establishment, among different violations.
Calls to Yoon and to the gathering she used to lead were not replied, however Yonhap news organization revealed that she delivered an announcement communicating lament over the charges, vowing to demonstrate her guiltlessness in court, and saying ‘sorry’ for causing contention.
In May, Lee Yong-soo, a conspicuous casualty and extremist, blamed Yoon for misusing the ladies to collect government assets and public gifts while spending minimal expenditure on them.