On the reliability and accuracy of information in the Chronicle, April 1969 (7.14)

<<No 7 : 30 April 1969>>

The Chronicle aims at the utmost reliability in the information it publishes. In those instances when it is not absolutely certain that some event has taken place, the Chronicle indicates that the piece of information is based on rumour. But at the same time the Chronicle requests its readers to be careful and accurate in the information they provide for publication.

A number of inaccuracies occur during the process of duplicating copies of the Chronicle. These are mistakes in names and surnames, in dates and numbers. The quantity of them grows as the Chronicle is retyped again and again, and they cannot be corrected according to the context, as can other misprints.