RTHK has dismissed claims by legislators that presenters of election programmes on the government-funded broadcaster have shown bias. Wu Wing-kit, head of RTHK's public and current affairs section, said that the station had received no complaints from listeners or candidates about hosts. Wong Siu-yee, of the Hong Kong Progressive Alliance, and colleagues have challenged the Government in the provisional legislature to ensure RTHK presenters are politically neutral. Mr Wong is a persistent critic of RTHK, saying that a publicly funded station should not criticise the Government. Mr Wu said the station had always adhered to regulations issued by the Electoral Affairs Commission and its predecessor, the Boundary and Electoral Commission. 'Of course everyone is entitled to his own views, but I feel that the hosts in our forums have all been fair and impartial,' he said. 'After all, the hosts were not the key players in the forums, they were just there to help along the discussion. 'The show belongs to the candidates.'