Another ousted unionist legislator is considering continuing Lee Cheuk-yan's marathon hunger strike in defence of laws passed by the pre-handover legislative council. Leung Yiu-chung from the Neighbourhood and Workers' Services Centre said yesterday he might carry on Mr Lee's hunger strike after it ends tomorrow at 10 pm. 'The bill to suspend the laws would probably be passed on Wednesday and it would be better if the movement to fight against the bill could be carried on until then,' Mr Leung said. He said his protest would also target the Government's decision to freeze his bill on housing rents. 'These moves have not only destroyed the legislation procedures but have also showed no respect for grassroots interests,' Mr Leung said. Meanwhile, five Christian groups rallied at the Central Star Ferry terminal in support of Mr Lee yesterday. They later petitioned the Chief Executive's Office after holding a prayer gathering for labour rights, the rule of law and Mr Lee. Tam Chun-yin from the Justice and Peace of the Hong Kong Catholic Diocese group condemned the Government for ignoring human rights and the rule of law. Mr Lee, from the Confederation of Trade Unions, started his hunger strike on Tuesday night in protest against the administration's proposal to suspend five labour laws passed during the former legco's last sitting. Mr Lee appeared a little exhausted last night but vowed to attend a rally tomorrow to defend the laws, with the assistance of wheelchair if necessary.