About 200 demonstrators yesterday staged another protest against Chief Executive-designate Tung Chee-hwa's proposals to amend the two key civil liberties legislations. The rally was organised by the Democratic Party to commemorate the May 4 movement anniversary and to protest at the move to curb personal freedoms. Party vice-chairman Dr Yeung Sum said the May 4 movement had always been a symbol of Chinese people's rise against repressive policies. 'I think it is the right time to speak out against the curb on freedom and human rights as we celebrate the last May 4 before the handover.' He said Mr Tung should listen to the people and leave the current Societies Ordinance and Public Order Ordinance intact. Demonstrators marched from Chater Garden to Mr Tung's office in Central. The consultation for the amendment of the two legislations ended on 30 April and Mr Tung's office has pledged to put forward two draft bills within two weeks after studying all the views solicited.