Frontier legislator Elizabeth Wong Chien Chi-lien did not rule out the possibility of taking legal action against Legislative Council President Andrew Wong Wang-fat for his 'unreasonable' rejection of her adjournment debate. Mrs Wong said she would consult her lawyer for legal advice because she thought Mr Wong's reason for turning down her application for an adjournment debate was unclear and unconvincing. Mrs Wong earlier asked to table an adjournment debate on Wednesday to urge Mr Wong's resignation because of his participation in the provisional legislature. But it was rejected by Mr Wong because it was in breach of a standing order. 'Actually, I don't quite understand Mr Wong's reasons for rejecting my application. His reasons are too academic and unclear,' Mrs Wong said. When asked if there would be a conflict of interests after Mr Wong failed to win the presidency of the interim body, given that he would have to express his opinion on some controversial issues, Frontier legislator Emily Lau Wai-hing urged him to keep silent if he refused to resign. 'If he refuses to step down, he had better shut his mouth on the provisional legislature,' said Ms Lau. Mr Wong could not be reached for comment yesterday.