Li Mau, 50, arrives at West Kowloon Court on Thursday to face one count of accepting an advantage in an election. Photo: Brian Wong

Four Sham Shui Po residents charged in ‘lucky bag’ vote-buying scheme involving pro-Beijing lawmaker in last year’s Legislative Council by-elections

  • Deng Yimei, 42, and Wong Wai-ha, 52, face one count each of conspiracy to offer an advantage to others at an election
  • Chan Wai-kuen and Li Mau, both 50, were charged with one count each of accepting the advantage
Topic |   Hong Kong courts

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Li Mau, 50, arrives at West Kowloon Court on Thursday to face one count of accepting an advantage in an election. Photo: Brian Wong
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Ballot boxes are sorted into different constituencies during the 2018 Legislative Council by-election. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong corruption watchdog charges residents’ group volunteers for ‘lucky bags’ vote buying at 2018 by-elections

  • ICAC say pair gave out the bags to other residents of Hoi Lai Estate in Sham Shui Po in exchange for votes for a particular candidate
  • Each bag allegedly contained daily necessities and food worth about HK$100
Topic |   Legislative Council of Hong Kong

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Ballot boxes are sorted into different constituencies during the 2018 Legislative Council by-election. Photo: Felix Wong
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