Szeto Wah, a candidate for chief executive in the Democratic Party's mock poll, yesterday urged the five likely candidates for the top post to face the public as the Governor did this week. Mr Szeto said he would visit each of the candidates individually to grill them on their platforms and policy blueprints if they declined to explain their ideas to the public. He would also pose a question to them every other day through newspapers. 'I would challenge every one of the candidates whether they can do as much as the Governor. 'If I were the chief executive, I would definitely do more,' he said. His party has already sent out letters inviting all chief executive candidates to a forum next Sunday to debate their policies. But none had accepted. Sir Ti Liang Yang said he might be too busy. Peter Woo Kwong-ching said he would reply later because he did not have his diary with him when he was asked. The others were still considering. Mr Szeto said: 'No Governor in the past would do as much [as Patten did] after their policy addresses - appearing on television, radio phone-ins, holding question-and-answer sessions.'