A legislator will table a private member's bill on the right to strike if the Government refuses to amend part of the employment law she claims breaches the mini-constitution. Unionist Chan Yuen-han also vowed to start a strike and bring a court case if her proposal was defeated. The move came after the Government, in a paper submitted to the education and manpower panel, denied that some sections of the Employment Ordinance covering the right to strike contravened the Basic Law. An article of the Employment Ordinance states an employer may terminate a contract of employment without notice or payment in lieu if an employee 'wilfully disobeys a lawful and reasonable order'. Ms Chan said: 'What the Government said is nonsense. 'Does it just want to evade the issue, fearing that the amendment will give the business sector an impression that the Government is in favour of the labour side?' Ms Chan said she would add 'except in times of strike' at the end of the article. The matter will be discussed by the panel today.