The 800-member Election Committee, which will elect six lawmakers in September's Legco poll, should also choose the Chief Executive in 2002, a local National People's Congress deputy said. 'The Basic Law uses the words 'The Election Committee' - a proper name in capital letters which refers to the same committee,' Raymond Wu Wai-yung said. Annex I of the mini-constitution says the Chief Executive shall be elected by an Election Committee. Annex II says the second legislature will be made up of 60 members, with six returned by the Election Committee. Secretary For Constitutional Affairs Michael Suen Ming-yeung refused to say in the legislature last week if the two committees would be the same. Legislators have said that if they are, Chief Executive candidates would have two years to solicit support from members, which could lead to exchanges of favours or other problems.