Students yesterday challenged the suitability of provisional legislators to sit on the council of Chinese University in place of ousted legislators. Three members of the Chinese University Council must be from the Legislative Council under existing rules. They will be chosen by the provisional legislature's house committee at a meeting today. But Maggie Yung Hiu-kuen, president of the students' union, said the university should not treat the ousted Legco and the provisional legislature the same. 'The interim body is only selected by 400 people, it cannot represent Hong Kong people in monitoring the operations of the university,' she said. The union argued that the interim body's functions, as specified by the Preparatory Committee before its establishment, did not include monitoring universities. Ms Yung was also angry with the university's failure to tell students of the change in board members. Dr John Tse Wing-ling of the Democratic Party will have to leave the council. The students' union had no idea whether the other two council members chosen by the ousted Legco - Law Cheung-kwok of the Association for Democracy and People's Livelihood and Chan Kam-lam of the Democratic Alliance for the Betterment of Hong Kong - would stay on. Both are provisional legislators. Ms Yung said she had made clear her objection to anyone from the interim body sitting on the council.