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2016-1-20

A registered elector has been charged by the ICAC today (Wednesday) for allegedly committing a voting offence at the 2015 Rural Representative (Resident Representative) Election for Tai Tong in Yuen Long.

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2016-1-19

Hong Kong remained an internationally acclaimed clean and fair city with a very low level of corruption, even with more graft reports reaching the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) in the past year, said the Advisory Committee on Corruption (ACOC) Chairman Mr Chow Chung-kong.

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2016-1-7

Four persons, including two staff members of an elderly centre, appeared in the Tuen Mun Magistracy today (Thursday) after being charged by the ICAC with conspiracy to defraud the Yuen Long District Council (DC) of allowances totalling about $19,000.

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2016-1-5

Candidates running for the 2016 Legislative Council (Legco) By-election (New Territories East Geographical Constituency) are urged to tap on educational resources provided by the ICAC, including a comprehensive booklet highlighting the relevant legal provisions, to avoid breaching the law inadvertently.

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2016-1-4

A registered voter has been charged by the ICAC today (Monday) for allegedly committing voting offences at the 2015 Rural Representative (Resident Representative) Election for Mai Po Tsuen in Yuen Long.

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2016-1-4

A registered voter, who was charged by the ICAC, was today (Monday) sentenced to six weeks’ imprisonment at the Kowloon City Magistracy for committing a voting offence at the 2011 District Council (DC) Election.

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2015-12-31

Two former agents of two insurance companies appeared in the Eastern Magistracy today (Thursday) after being charged by the ICAC with fraud by using bogus insurance policies to defraud the companies of commissions and bonuses totalling about $450,000.

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2015-12-29

An Acting Senior Superintendent of the Customs and Excise Department (C&E) appeared in the Eastern Magistracy this (Tuesday) afternoon after being charged by the ICAC with accepting an unauthorised loan of $280,000 from a Senior Customs Officer.

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2015-12-28

A subcontractor was today (Monday) sentenced to eight months’ imprisonment at the Kowloon City Magistracy after admitting an ICAC charge of offering a $600,000 bribe to a technical manager of the property management company at a private residential estate for lax supervision over renovation works conducted by the subcontractor.

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2015-12-17

Two former senior executives of a listed company (Company A) and an accountant, charged by the ICAC, were today (Thursday) ordered by the Court of Appeal (CA) to serve one year to three years more in jail for bribery and fraud in the acquisition of a Mainland plantation project at $500 million in the wake of a review of their sentences.

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