Tung Chee-hwa's refusal to come before the legislature to give a full account of the three airport inquiry reports is disrespectful, some democrats said. They pledged to follow up the issue in the Legco House Committee after the Lunar New Year break. The remarks came after Mr Tung issued a letter to Legco House Committee chairman Dr Leong Che-hung on Monday, stating that he 'does not see a need for another meeting to discuss the reports'. Mr Tung said the Government's position was explained in detail by Chief Secretary for Administration Anson Chan Fang On-sang in the Legco motion debate on February 3. Democratic Party vice-chairman Dr Yeung Sum said: 'It seemed Mr Tung was just trying to sweep everything under the carpet. 'He must explain to the public why he thinks it was unnecessary to explain to us. 'The mere fact that he refused to come to the Legislative Council to answer questions on the issue showed he was not accountable enough.' Unionist legislator Leung Yiu-chung said: 'It's very disappointing. It showed Mr Tung was reluctant to face the people and the reality by explaining why he felt no one should be held accountable.' Mr Tung concluded 'there is no prima facie evidence to support disciplinary action on any of the officers concerned since there is clearly no question of misconduct'. 'I am satisfied the officers concerned have all acted in good faith and performed their duties with due diligence.' Mr Tung said a set of guidelines for implementing future major infrastructure projects based on the recommendations is expected to be finalised in the next few weeks. But democrat Lee Wing-tat, also a member of the Legco Select Committee investigating the airport opening fiasco, said: 'Mr Tung must explain how he arrived at the conclusion that no one should be held accountable. 'Even if there is a new set of guidelines, it won't help solve the problem if officials do not have to be held responsible for their mistakes. A culture of merits and punishments is warranted within the civil service,' he said. Dr Leong was unavailable for comment last night.