Donald Tsang, who faces up to seven years in prison, is the most senior official to be found guilty in a criminal trial.
Donald Tsang, Hong Kong’s former leader, has escaped a conviction of bribery in a trial that found guilty of misconduct during his time at the helm of the city.
Tsang, 72, is the most senior city official to be convicted in a criminal trial at a time when residents are losing faith in Hong Kong’s leaders.
The case is one of several recent scandals that have shaken public confidence and raised concerns about ties between Hong Kong’s leaders and wealthy businessmen.
Tsang was found guilty on Friday of failing to disclose his plans to rent a luxury flat from a major investor of a broadcaster, which was later granted a licence from the government while he was leader. Tiếp tục đọc “Hong Kong: Donald Tsang found guilty of corruption”