Former Hong Kong chief executive Donald Tsang and his wife Selina leave the Court of Final Appeal in May. The court quashed his previous conviction for misconduct in public office on June 26. He served nearly a year in prison for that conviction. Photo: Winson WongFormer Hong Kong chief executive Donald Tsang and his wife Selina leave the Court of Final Appeal in May. The court quashed his previous conviction for misconduct in public office on June 26. He served nearly a year in prison for that conviction. Photo: Winson Wong
Former Hong Kong chief executive Donald Tsang and his wife Selina leave the Court of Final Appeal in May. The court quashed his previous conviction for misconduct in public office on June 26. He served nearly a year in prison for that conviction. Photo: Winson Wong

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Former Hong Kong chief executive Donald Tsang and his wife Selina leave the Court of Final Appeal in May. The court quashed his previous conviction for misconduct in public office on June 26. He served nearly a year in prison for that conviction. Photo: Winson WongFormer Hong Kong chief executive Donald Tsang and his wife Selina leave the Court of Final Appeal in May. The court quashed his previous conviction for misconduct in public office on June 26. He served nearly a year in prison for that conviction. Photo: Winson Wong
Former Hong Kong chief executive Donald Tsang and his wife Selina leave the Court of Final Appeal in May. The court quashed his previous conviction for misconduct in public office on June 26. He served nearly a year in prison for that conviction. Photo: Winson Wong
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