The second Supreme Court decision against former President Park Geun-hye will be made on the morning of the 14th.

There are 14 charges against former President Park, including bribery. If the ruling of the lower court remains the same, he will be sentenced to 22 years in prison.

Reporter Son Hyung-an on the report

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third part of the Supreme Court is holding a re-appeal sentence against former President Park Geun-hye at 11 am today.

Former President Park is faced with 14 charges of bribery and coercion under the Special Act.

In the farewell trial just before the destruction, held in July last year, he was sentenced to 20 years in prison and a fine of 18 billion won.

He was sentenced to 15 years in prison for bribery related to Gukjeong Nongdan and 5 years in prison for repayment of special activity expenses.

The case of the former President Park has already been judged by the Supreme Court once, and as the decision of the immediate remand of the revocation was concluded according to the purpose of the Supreme Court's judgment, the prospect of the second Supreme Court's judgment today is predominant. .

If sentenced today to 20 years in prison, former President Park will be sentenced to 22 years in prison, including two years in prison for alleged intervention in the Saenuri Party in the past.

In addition, all trial proceedings will be completed within three years and nine months after former President Park began to be tried in the case of Gukjeong Nongdan.

In addition, it is expected that the discussion of pardon for former President Park with former President Lee Myung-bak will also begin in earnest, centering on the politics, in that if special pardon requirements are met when the sentence is confirmed.