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November 18, 1995 | Reuters
South Korea today banned two of disgraced ex-President Roh Tae Woo's former aides from leaving the country, alleging that they were involved in a slush fund scandal. The two were Kim Chong In, Roh's former chief secretary for economic affairs, and Lee Won Joe, a former member of Parliament and one of Roh's confidants, a prosecution official said. "The travel ban has been imposed at the request of prosecutors probing into the slush fund scandal," the prosecution official said.
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November 18, 1995 | Reuters
South Korea today banned two of disgraced ex-President Roh Tae Woo's former aides from leaving the country, alleging that they were involved in a slush fund scandal. The two were Kim Chong In, Roh's former chief secretary for economic affairs, and Lee Won Joe, a former member of Parliament and one of Roh's confidants, a prosecution official said. "The travel ban has been imposed at the request of prosecutors probing into the slush fund scandal," the prosecution official said.
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