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The Responsibility Media take to supervise the Government Will not Change

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Feb 19th—Mr. Ngai Kai Kwong, the Chief Editor of Sing Pao Daily News, said at a university lecture yesterday afternoon that it was inappropriate for Chief Executive CY Leung to send the legal letter to the Economic Journal alleging defamation.

“CY Leung as a public figure, he should have the ability to receive different kinds of view and critique,” said Ngai Kai Kwong,

Ngai added that “although the report and critique may not 100% correct, there are many ways for CY to make clarification rather than sending lawyer letter to the media directly.”

CY Leung, the chief executive of Hong Kong, sent a legal letter to Economic Journal in early February, accusing it of defamation. The incident drew the public’s attention, people are wondering whether this incident would have negative effect on media’s supervision responsibility.

Ngai Kai Kwong continued that CY Leung is the first on-the-job chief governor who has such behavior towards the media. And this action will lead to the whole media industry’s blame.

When asked whether this action will have the negative effect on media, Mr. Ngai said the answer is no.

“It will not obstruct media’s supervision, on the contrary, this incident will endow the media more sense of duty,” said Ngai Kai Kwong.

At the lecture, Ngai Kai Kwong also said that the Sing Pao’s principle of fairly reporting will not change.

“The Sing Pao has already operated for over seventy years, we are striving for the goal to guarantee every piece of news would be fair and objective,” Mr. Ngai said, “and this principle will hold on and will not change.”

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