A former director of a Hong Kong taxi drivers’ group has been jailed for a year over his leading role in a scheme to buy votes for a pro-government candidate in the 2016 Legislative Council election.Li Wai-man, then corporate affairs director of the Taxi Drivers and Operators Association, was among 11 people, aged 23 to 54, sentenced at the District Court on Friday in relation to an unsuccessful bid to manipulate the poll in the information technology constituency.Five others, including four…

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