Lui Ah-fook, 47, has been convicted of paying HK$1,000 to 36 people to secure their votes for a pro-establishment candidate in the 2016 Legco race. Photo: Brian Wong Lui Ah-fook, 47, has been convicted of paying HK$1,000 to 36 people to secure their votes for a pro-establishment candidate in the 2016 Legco race. Photo: Brian Wong
Lui Ah-fook, 47, has been convicted of paying HK$1,000 to 36 people to secure their votes for a pro-establishment candidate in the 2016 Legco race. Photo: Brian Wong

Hong Kong taxi drivers’ association executive convicted of conspiring to buy votes in 2016 Legislative Council race

  • Lui Ah-fook, along with his son and sister, conspired to buy votes in the IT sector for Legco hopeful Eric Yeung, who ultimately lost
  • The trial of eight more co-defendants who have pleaded not guilty to bribery-related charges will open on Thursday

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Lui Ah-fook, 47, has been convicted of paying HK$1,000 to 36 people to secure their votes for a pro-establishment candidate in the 2016 Legco race. Photo: Brian Wong Lui Ah-fook, 47, has been convicted of paying HK$1,000 to 36 people to secure their votes for a pro-establishment candidate in the 2016 Legco race. Photo: Brian Wong
Lui Ah-fook, 47, has been convicted of paying HK$1,000 to 36 people to secure their votes for a pro-establishment candidate in the 2016 Legco race. Photo: Brian Wong
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