LIBERAL Party chairman Allen Lee Peng-fei yesterday revealed new plans to streamline the party's work in the Legislative Council. Mr Lee conceded that too much time and attention were spent on motion debates, especially on Governor Chris Patten's political reform proposal. To relieve their workloads, party members would discuss topics for debate in advance in the next session. ''We will discuss what debate topic is important - we will not debate for debate's sake,'' he said. The party would also set up policy groups to study government policies, collect party members' views, decide their stance and advertise it to the public. To improve communication with the Executive Council, Mr Lee said Liberal Party legislators would hold formal monthly meetings with Exco members in the 1993/94 Legco session. Agendas for the meetings would be prepared in advance and government policy would be discussed. Mr Lee said communication between Exco and Legco members was inadequate since the two councils had been separated. The vice-chairman of the Liberal Party, Ronald Arculli, said they did not care whether the meetings would be open or not - it was up to the Exco members to decide. Mr Lee said the party now had about 1,000 members, but this was not enough. Mr Arculli said the party planned to intensify its campaign to recruit members at district level. It was also planning to set up district offices for party members in Legco, the municipal councils and the district boards.