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After the 1997 handover, First Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa ignored the rule of law and democratic principles. The abandonment of babies, elderly people and children was the symptom of a broader problem in two political systems fueled by a growing rich-poor divide. Mr. Tung resigned on March 10, 2005 failing to complete his five-year term. If corruption is to be tackled, people must be encouraged to speak out. The corrupt fear exposure to the light of the day. Author, Victor Ho, was encouraged to blow a whistle, thus, his comprehensive and finely detailed book, Political Reforms and Corruption in Hong Kong became a reality. Victor Ho was born in 1935. Mr. Ho completed his secondary education in a Christian school in Singapore and became a qualified accountant. He is also the author of Democratization in the Middle East (LotusBooks)