Electoral Affairs Commission chief Mr Justice Woo Kwok-hing called on candidates yesterday not to fall under suspicion that they were giving out presents to voters. 'It is not good to offer anything, no matter what its value is,' he said, adding it would arouse suspicion of breaching the Corruption and Illegal Practices Ordinance. He was responding to Election Committee candidate Lo Suk-ching's sending of first-day stamp covers of the Ninth National People's Congress plenum to his voters. Mr Justice Woo warned candidates: 'People might perceive the value of your gift differently. Some might say you are trying to bribe, although it would be up to the Secretary of Justice to decide whether to pursue the case.' Using a Chinese saying which means one should not arouse suspicion, Mr Justice Woo said: 'Don't pull on your shoe in a melon patch and don't adjust your cap under a plum tree. When you do such things you do not necessarily gain from it.' By Tuesday, the commission had received 82 complaints relating to the election.