Tung Chee-hwa has been urged to clarify the territory's laissez-faire policy in the wake of its intervention during the financial crisis. The Chief Executive will meet for the first time tomorrow the Citizens Party, which has mapped out 12 recommendations to boost the economy. The party is understood to be concerned about whether the long-established laissez-faire policy still holds following the defence of the dollar peg. 'The Government says it adopts a laissez-faire policy. But on the other hand, it intervenes selectively. We want Mr Tung to clarify his position instead of paying lip service to laissez-faire policy,' one party official said. Led by ousted legislator Christine Loh Kung-wai, the party will demand taxpayers be allowed to delay paying provisional tax for six months. The party also wants the personal income allowance raised from $100,000 to $120,000 and the rates reduced from five per cent to two.