THE Chief Executive-designate's Office will issue administrative guidelines for the Commissioner of Police to help him decide whether rallies and public processions might endanger national security. Legal adviser Benedict Lai Ying-sie said the guidelines would be issued on or before July 1. Tung Chee-hwa's office is consulting the Commissioner of Police, Eddie Hui Ki-on, on the drafting. Although the guidelines would be revealed to the provisional legislature, the director of Mr Tung's office, Fanny Law Fan Chiu-fun, said there would be no public consultation. Dominic Chan Choi-hi and Bruce Liu Sing-lee are set to move separate amendments to bills, urging clearer definitions of the term 'national security'. A provision in the Public Order Ordinance allowing Her Majesty's forces to ignore a curfew order could be extended to the PLA. Maria Tam Wai-chu, chairman of the Bills Committee studying the Societies and Public Order ordinances, asked whether the provision should be deleted since Article 14 of the Basic Law said the SAR government should be responsible for public order. Mr Tung's office said: 'It will not be unreasonable to include a reference to the PLA garrison in section 31.'