Doctors nominated to join the Selection Committee are expected to vote for the provisional legislature, Medical Association president Dr Lee Kin-hung said. The association is nominating 18 members for the committee. Dr Lee said he expected nominees to fulfil both committee duties - selecting the chief executive and members of the provisional legislature. But, he said, the nominees would not be mouthpieces for the association. 'When they sit on the committee they aren't representing the association but themselves. The association won't inquire about their decision on how and if they will vote [on the provisional legislature]. But I think they will do so seeing as they have declared their interest in joining the committee,' he said. One nominee, Dr Andrew Yip Wai-chun, the chairman of the Public Doctors Association, said: 'Our prime belief is we will do anything that is in the best interests of Hong Kong people.' Other nominees include Chief Secretary Anson Chan Fang On-sang's brother, Dr David Fang Jing-sheng, and civil servant Dr Leung Chi-chiu. The Social Workers' General Union last night decided to consult its more than 600 members before deciding whether to nominate members for the Selection Committee.