(From left) ICAC advisory committee chairmen Adrian Wong, Benjamin Tang, Martin Liao and Timothy Tong at ICAC headquarters in North Point. Photo: Dickson Lee (From left) ICAC advisory committee chairmen Adrian Wong, Benjamin Tang, Martin Liao and Timothy Tong at ICAC headquarters in North Point. Photo: Dickson Lee
(From left) ICAC advisory committee chairmen Adrian Wong, Benjamin Tang, Martin Liao and Timothy Tong at ICAC headquarters in North Point. Photo: Dickson Lee
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Corruption complaints in Hong Kong plunge to 40-year low in 2020 amid coronavirus pandemic

  • ICAC officials say the drop could be attributed to a lack of economic activities during pandemic or new ways to commit crimes and avoid detection
  • Among public sector organisations, most complaints were recorded against police, followed by food and environmental hygiene, and housing departments

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(From left) ICAC advisory committee chairmen Adrian Wong, Benjamin Tang, Martin Liao and Timothy Tong at ICAC headquarters in North Point. Photo: Dickson Lee (From left) ICAC advisory committee chairmen Adrian Wong, Benjamin Tang, Martin Liao and Timothy Tong at ICAC headquarters in North Point. Photo: Dickson Lee
(From left) ICAC advisory committee chairmen Adrian Wong, Benjamin Tang, Martin Liao and Timothy Tong at ICAC headquarters in North Point. Photo: Dickson Lee
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