Hong Kong government headquarters. Civil servants and political appointees have codes of conduct they must follow. Photo: Bloomberg Hong Kong government headquarters. Civil servants and political appointees have codes of conduct they must follow. Photo: Bloomberg
Hong Kong government headquarters. Civil servants and political appointees have codes of conduct they must follow. Photo: Bloomberg

Scandal of Hong Kong security trio’s hotpot dinner bubbling away but were any codes of conduct broken?

  • Hong Kong leader acknowledged trio’s lack of sensitivity, but noted they had paid price in terms of being fined and taking hit to their reputations
  • Legal experts doubt any bribery law was broken but observers say lack of full and frank disclosure leaves bad taste

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Hong Kong government headquarters. Civil servants and political appointees have codes of conduct they must follow. Photo: Bloomberg Hong Kong government headquarters. Civil servants and political appointees have codes of conduct they must follow. Photo: Bloomberg
Hong Kong government headquarters. Civil servants and political appointees have codes of conduct they must follow. Photo: Bloomberg
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