Outgoing Consumer Council chairwoman Anna Wu has been disappointed by the slow progress on consumer rights protection. In her last public appearance in the job, she said much had been achieved in her 10 years with the shoppers' watchdog, the last two as chairwoman. But she said laws such as those governing toy safety, consumer goods safety, electrical products and estate agents had been a long time coming. And greater forms of protection, such as a trade practices law and a food labelling law, were still some way off. 'I'm not frustrated, I'm disappointed that things have not come earlier,' Ms Wu said. 'But I've come to realise that these things take years. 'I do hope the Government will demonstrate a greater commitment to get on with these measures.' Ms Wu, who will become Equal Opportunities Commission chairwoman from Sunday, said she was sad to be leaving the council but new blood in the chair would benefit the organisation. The Government has yet to announce her replacement.