THE Democratic Party's Szeto Wah was last night elected chairman of a pro-democracy alliance which China says is subversive. Beijing has vowed to outlaw the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of the Patriotic Democratic Movement in China, made up of 214 groups and formed during the 1989 pro-democracy movement. But Mr Szeto said: 'I'll continue to stand for election as the chairman next year and after 1997.' Eight other legislators were elected to the executive committee of the alliance at the annual general meeting. They were Albert Ho Chun-yan, Tsang Kin-shing, Yeung Sum, Lee Cheuk-yan, Lee Wing-tat, Cheung Man-kwong, Lau Chin-shek and Leung Yiu-chung. The pro-democracy group said it would continue to stand by its five-point platform: fight for the release of dissidents; rehabilitate the pro-democracy movement; pursue responsibility for the Tiananmen massacre; end China's 'one-party dictatorship'; and build a democratic China.