HK investigates ex-chief of Corruption watchdog

Hong Kong’s anticorruption agency called the Independent Commission Against Corruption is launching a criminal investigation of its former chief. Tong spent tens of thousands of USD on gifts for mainland Chinese officials.

The Independent Commission Against Corruption and the Department of Justice said that there were significant reason to start this investigation into allegations of possible bribery and misconduct by Timothy Tong.

Tong was a commissioner of the Independent Commission Against Corruption from 2007 to 2012. He came under fire after reports emerged he spent about HK$ 218,500 on gifts ranging from pens to crystal models of the agency’s headquarters.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.