Taiwanese prosecutors have indicted President Chen Shui-bian’s wife on corruption and forgery charges together with three aides, but the leader escaped immediate prosecution because of presidential immunity. Chen is also suspected of graft and forgery, but as president he is immune from indictment until he leaves office, said Chang Wen-cheng, a spokesman for the Public Prosecutor’s Office of the Taiwan High Court Friday. Full Story
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