UNIONIST legislator Leung Yiu-chung is to move a motion in Legco to criticise the China-appointed Preparatory Committee for the establishment of the post-1997 Special Administrative Region government. Mr Leung's motion, to be debated on March 13, describes the committee as 'a tool under the control of the Chinese Government' because its members were handpicked by China and failed to reflect Hong Kong people's views to Beijing. His motion also criticises the committee for lacking transparency due to its collective responsibility and confidentiality. Legislator Bruce Liu Sing-lee, of the Association for Democracy and People's Livelihood, has indicated that he will move an amendment to the unionist's motion to make the wording more positive and constructive. But the motion will be supported by the Democratic Party, the biggest political faction in the lawmaking body. Legislator Yeung Sum admitted some of the words in Mr Leung's motion were 'subjective', but said: 'We support the principles behind the motion.'