Accountancy candidate Eric Li Ka-cheung dismissed claims he had paid only lip service to his colleagues in the profession as a legislator. Mr Li, first appointed to the council in 1991 and elected in 1995, said yesterday: 'There are some who accuse me of doing nothing. 'But you can see the results I have delivered spelled out in my campaign booklet.' Mr Li's pamphlet 'Right on Track' lists 10 pages of efforts he has made on behalf of the profession. Rival Edward Chow Kwong-fai, 45, of the Liberal Party, had accused Mr Li, Public Accounts Committee chairman, of 'making deals and pleasing people'. Mr Li, 44, is facing a three-horse race, with non-affiliated candidate Peter Chan Po-fun, 76, completing the field. Mr Chow will run as an Independent candidate despite his party affiliation. Mr Li suggested yesterday that if 50 per cent of the registered voters cast their votes universal suffrage should be introduced. But he conceded that he would also consider the views of the profession in supporting such a move. Provisional legislator Mr Li dismissed Mr Chow's comments that he convened an obscure group with no political platform - a reference to the Breakfast Group of non-affiliated members Mr Li convenes. 'It is most miserable for a legislator to fight on his or her own in the legislature,' Mr Li said.