Former chief executive Donald Tsang leaves the Court of Final Appeal in Central on May 14. The court cleared Tsang of the charge of misconduct in public office on June 26. Photo: Winson Wong

Donald Tsang was the victim of a miscarriage of justice, having committed no misconduct

  • The facts of the case laid out in the Court of Final Appeal’s judgment make it clear that the former chief executive did not engage in “abuse of powers or duties”
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Former chief executive Donald Tsang leaves the Court of Final Appeal in Central on May 14. The court cleared Tsang of the charge of misconduct in public office on June 26. Photo: Winson Wong
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