Chances dimmed last night that new evidence on the possible prosecution of newspaper tycoon Sally Aw Sian would be presented before the justice chief's scheduled Legco appearance. Secretary for Justice Elsie Leung Oi-sie has agreed to appear at tomorrow's Legco panel on administration of justice and legal services to explain why she decided not to prosecute Ms Aw last March. Late last week, it was revealed that the Independent Commission Against Corruption had agreed to investigate whether further evidence was available. It said it would prepare a report based on interviews it had requested with three Hong Kong Standard executives who were jailed last month for fraud. Last night a spokeswoman for the ICAC said it was still awaiting a response. She would not say whether a deadline had been set. A spokesman for the Department of Justice said: 'We are still awaiting the [ICAC] report. We have not said we want to change the [Legco] schedule.'