Fifteen minority rights and social interest groups have drawn up a set of alternative policy platforms for Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa that they hope will persuade him to put less emphasis on business interests during his expected second term. Calling itself the Joint Conference on the Chief Executive's Policies in the Second Term, the group's 23-page document covers 87 recommendations in 19 areas where the activists say Mr Tung has not done enough. These include the rule of law, democracy and freedom, poverty, ethnic minority rights, Aids services, as well as the rights of the elderly, women, children and homosexuals. The groups include Oxfam, the Human Rights Commission, the Christians' Industrial Council, the Professional Teachers' Union and Greenpeace. Spokeswoman Yuen Mei-yin said the Tung administration wrongly believed tackling the economic downturn would resolve all the social problems that had arisen over the past five years. 'The Government does not grasp the public's sentiments and attaches too much emphasis to the economy. It fails to spend resources on taking care of the minority groups,' she said. 'We think the next chief executive should listen to the voice of the people rather than focusing on the interests of a handful of tycoons.' Pro-democracy activists earlier listed 10 questions for Mr Tung to address during his second term, while some Election Committee members have published a book summing up their demands of Mr Tung. Society for Community Organisations chairman Ho Hei-wah has also criticised Mr Tung for failing to come up with concrete measures to help the poor, the homeless and abused children. Mr Tung is expected to submit his formal nomination for re-election this week. If he can secure 700 members of the 800-member Election Committee to list as his nominees, he will automatically be declared chief executive-designate. There would be no need for the Election Committee to vote because candidates must be nominated by at least 100 committee members, who are only allowed to nominate one candidate each.