CHIEF executive candidate Peter Woo Kwong-ching yesterday unveiled an education and human resources development blueprint for the post-1997 government. He proposed increasing expenditure on education from the present 2.8 per cent to four per cent of gross domestic product. An education authority would be set up similar to the Hospital Authority - which Mr Woo chairs - to manage and allocate resources. The blueprint was unveiled as Mr Woo continued his campaign yesterday, meeting the Federation of Education Workers and appearing on a radio chat show. 'In order to maintain our high competitiveness, we must have highly qualified professionals. The expense of education is not consumption, it is strategic investment,' Mr Woo said. He said future students should have a good command of Cantonese and English, be fluent in Putonghua, be computer literate and have a sense of national pride. Federation chairman Yeung Yiu-chung praised Mr Woo as a good listener. On the provisional legislature, Mr Woo agreed with candidate Tung Chee-hwa's view that the provisional body should operate outside Hong Kong before the handover. 'The Legislative Council is still handling local matters on a legal basis in Hong Kong before June 30, 1997. 'If at the same time the provisional legislature needs to do some preparation work, it would certainly not be carried out in Hong Kong,' he said. Mr Woo said he had no special backing from China for his campaign. 'I have had good relationships with Chinese officials through business or personal contacts but I have no special relations. 'The benefits of the Hong Kong people and the country will be my priority,' Mr Woo said. He said an independent group could be set up to oversee any conflict of interest with the chief executive. It could be composed of three to four legislators. Meanwhile, seven democrats protested outside the office of chief executive candidate Lo Tak-shing in Central yesterday over his refusal to attend the party's open debate today.