Former Hong Kong Leader Accused of Corruption

by Admin on October 6, 2015

The former leader of Hong Kong’s financial hub Donald Tsang has been charged for misconduct, in one of the city’s biggest ever graft scandals, reports Asian Correspondent.

Hong Kong. Image Credit: eGuide Travel (Flickr)
Image Credit: eGuide Travel (Flickr)

The Hong Kong anti-corruption watchdog says it has charged Tsang with two counts of public misconduct in public office.

The allegations came shortly before Tsang left office in 2012 and arose primarily over a discounted luxury apartment lease.

Criminal defense attorneys in Bangkok Chaninat and Leeds have decades of experience successfully defending their clients, both Thai nationals and foreigners.

Tsang said: “Over the past three and a half years, I have assisted fully with the investigations by the Independent Commission Against Corruption. My conscience is clear. I have every confidence that the court will exonerate me after its proceedings.”

Public confidence in Hong Kong has been shaken by a string of recent cases that have raised concerns about convenient connections between affluent individuals and the city’s leaders.

In Thailand, those found guilty of committing corruption on a large scale could face the death penalty.

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