Hong Kong: Former Head Convicted for Bribery

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( February 22, 2017, Hong Kong SAR, Sri Lanka Guardian) Former Hong Kong chief executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen was sentenced to 20 months in prison today ( February 22, 2017)  in the High Court following his conviction for misconduct in public office.

His legal troubles are not yet over. Tsang faces another trial for bribery.

“As is usual, he wore a bow tie and formal business wear to court today and his family including wife Selina Tsang Pou Siu-mei arrived in court,” the local media has reported.

He had been remanded in custody until sentencing today but was also taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital custodial ward on Monday night.

Tsang was convicted last Friday.

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