TAIPEI (AFP) - Taiwanese prosecutors indicted former president Lee Teng-hui on graft charges on Thursday, accusing him of embezzling $7.79 million from government coffers. Lee was accused of pocketing diplomatic funds with his right-hand man Liu Tai-ying while in office between 1988 and 2000, a prosecution spokesman said. He is the second former Taiwanese president to face graft charges along with his successor Chen Shui-bian, who is currently serving a jail term of 17 years and six months. Chen has said he is the victim of a vendetta by the current govt for his pro-independence stance during his 2000-2008 term.