Taipei–Former President Ma Ying-jeou (???) was indicted Tuesday for alleged abetment in the disclosure of information that should have been kept secret under the Communication Security and Surveillance Act, prosecutors in Taipei said.
The Taipei District Prosecutors Office said Ma also violated the Criminal Code for allegedly divulging classified information related to matters other than national defense in September 2013.
The information in question concerns the alleged influence-peddling involving Wang Jin-pyng (???), then-President of the Legislative Yuan, on behalf of Ker Chien-ming (???), a senior lawmaker of the Democratic Progressive Party.
Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel