‘NEWS’ – CY Launches Anti-Corruption Agency to Monitor Anti-Corruption Agency 3

eycwfAr.png (258×73)‘News’ from the Hong Wrong Sub-Standard: Chief Executive CY Leung has announced that a new anti-corruption agency will be formed to oversee Hong Kong’s anti-corruption agency. The ICACICAC (Independent Commission Against Corruption of the Independent Commission Against Corruption) will begin work as police probe the former-commissioner of the original ICAC for corrupt practices.

Timothy Tong is being investigated after LEGCO papers revealed that he had spent HK$154,000 on gifts to mainland officials, HK$757,921 on duty visits and – in one instance – ran a bill of HK$77,100 for two 5-star dinners at the Grand Hyatt.

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Timothy Tong: “This is awkward”, via SCMP

The new agency was originally set to be called the Corruption Liaison & Investigative Team Observing the Review of Improper
Standards. Security chief, Lai Tung-Kwok, announced last week that it would be scrapped as, “Unfortunately, we realised the acronym worked out as ‘CLITORIS’.” 

TninqzO.jpg (280×201)When challenged about who would oversee the new ICACICAC at today’s press conference, Leung denied that the new regulatory body for the regulatory body also required a regulatory body, stating, “…are you serious? I’m not going three levels deep for crying out loud.” 

Bureaucrats agreed that a triple regulatory circle of oversight could potentially cause a rip in the space-time continuum.

The new body will be based within the existing offices of the original ICAC – each existing employee will be shadowed by a new ICACICAC officer to ensure against any inappropriate gift giving, exaggerated mileage claims, over-zealous coffee maker usage or petty post-it note theft.

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