THE president of the Hongkong Hockey Association, Con Conway, last night dismissed accusations of ''dictatorship and hypocrisy'' laid against the body by former registrar Lee Chun-kay. Conway said Lee's eight-page open letter, in which he attacked the operations of the HKHA, was not discussed at last night's annual general meeting. Lee did not seek re-election as registrar, stating in his letter that he was ''sick of staying with dictatorship and hypocrisy''. Conway said: ''Lee sent in his annual report but did not turn up for the annual meeting. He has been registrar with the council for the past two years and in that time he has attended only one council meeting.'' In 1978, Lee founded the Rhino Hockey Club, which became the first all-Chinese side to play in the First Division. At last night's meeting, the HKHA decided to get tough on teams giving away a walkover, when they do not turn up for matches or have insufficient players. After 24 walkover cases last season, the association has imposed strict penalties. A first offence will result in a $300 fine and a deduction of one league point. The fine will increase to $600 on the second offence with the deduction of two points, while a third offence will result in a $1,200 fine, a deduction of four points and referral to the council for further possible action. Teams giving a walkover will also have a 5-0 defeat registered against them.