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Former Hong Kong Chief Executive Donald Tsang has been found guilty of misconduct in office, in a case related to his use of a luxury flat in China.Former Hong Kong Chief Executive Donald Tsang has been found guilty of misconduct in office, in a case related to his use of a luxury flat in China.
Mr Tsang, who led Hong Kong from 2005-2012, had faced three charges of misconduct and bribery. Mr Tsang, who led Hong Kong from 2005 to 2012, had faced three charges of misconduct and bribery.
He was cleared of a second count of misconduct and the jury failed to reach a verdict on a third charge of accepting an advantage.He was cleared of a second count of misconduct and the jury failed to reach a verdict on a third charge of accepting an advantage.
Mr Tsang is the most senior Hong Kong official to face a corruption trial.Mr Tsang is the most senior Hong Kong official to face a corruption trial.
The case has worried a territory that prides itself on its relatively clean reputation.The case has worried a territory that prides itself on its relatively clean reputation.
The charges related to events which took place near the end of his term, between 2010 and 2012.
Prosecutors allege Mr Tsang engaged in a number of conflicts of interest without declaring them, including renting a luxury flat in mainland China from the shareholder of a broadcast company, Wave Media, whose license applications he approved.
They allege the flat was redecorated for free for him and that he later nominated the interior designer for an honour.
Mr Tsang, 72, has previously insisted his conscience is clear.