(left to right): Chief Investigator, Winnie Lee Wai-yee; Director of Investigation (Government Sector), Ricky Yu Chun-Cheong; and Chief Investigator, ICAC, Hazel Law Pui-man at a ICAC media gathering to meet graft investigators behind former chief secretary Rafael Hui Si-yan's corruption case at the ICAC Headquarters in North Point. Photo: David Wong

Weigh pros and cons before giving ICAC extra powers

The anti-corruption watchdog says cases of misconduct in public office are difficult to investigate under the current code, yet with more power should come greater responsibility

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(left to right): Chief Investigator, Winnie Lee Wai-yee; Director of Investigation (Government Sector), Ricky Yu Chun-Cheong; and Chief Investigator, ICAC, Hazel Law Pui-man at a ICAC media gathering to meet graft investigators behind former chief secretary Rafael Hui Si-yan's corruption case at the ICAC Headquarters in North Point. Photo: David Wong
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