AT least three more draft laws, including the controversial right of abode bill, will be tabled to the provisional legislature this month. It is understood the Chief Executive-designate's office is racing to complete the Immigration (Amendment) (No 3) Bill 1997. House Committee chairman Dr Leong Che-hung said: 'The bills must be tabled by June 7 to [give] members [the] opportunity to move amendments.' The other bills were the Oaths and Declarations (Amendment) Bill and the Reunification Bill, he said. The former will provide for Tung Chee-hwa, executive councillors, provisional legislators, judges and officials to be sworn in on July 1. The Reunification Bill will help 'confirm' blue bills given three readings before the handover.