PUBLISHED : Friday, 17 April, 1998, 12:00am
UPDATED : Friday, 17 April, 1998, 12:00am

I don't mind being the regular butt of Jonathan Braude's satire ('From the Gallery', South China Morning Post, April 2), but at least your newspaper might be 'fair, balanced and objective' enough to report what I actually said, and not mislead the public.

Concerning the row about RTHK, I did not suggest that it should 'be a government mouthpiece' or 'shut up'. What I asked of RTHK was that it should 'convey accurate information in a fair and balanced way' and not 'allow itself to be used by political parties or foreign powers to mislead the public'. Is that an outrageous request? If so, how else can the public learn the facts upon which to choose suitable candidates in an election? ELSIE TU Kowloon


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