CHINA'S top political advisory council to the Communist Party yesterday closed its annual session and elected five new members to its standing committee. The Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference chose former Anhui Governor Fu Shishou as one of the five. Another new face was Dr Han Wenzao, general secretary of the Chinese Christian Council. Mr Fu and Dr Han received the lowest votes. Of the 1,758 delegates present, only 1,401 voted for Dr Han. Mr Fu received even less support, with only 1,163 ballots in his favour. Compared with the other four candidates, Mr Fu got the highest number of objection votes, 272. The relatively high objection votes caused a mild commotion. Although all five candidates received majority support from delegates, some said they knew virtually nothing about them. 'I think he is a doctor. But I don't really know him,' one delegate said. The other three were Yang Chengzhe, Wu Fu and Hu Zhenguang. In his closing speech, Chairman Li Ruihuan urged delegates to better exercise their rights to supervise and offer suggestions to the authorities.