THE Executive Council could be more politically representative in 1995, according to a top government official. Acting Governor Sir David Ford said that the Government had not ruled out the prospect of Exco becoming more representative, with members chosen from the main political parties in the Legislative Council. A political Exco would be a U-turn in policy as Exco members are presently chosen for their public service backgrounds and lack of political party affiliation. The Government was concerned that as the territory moved toward a fully-elected Legislative Council, the Executive Council had to be representative of the major political groups in Legco. Sir David said the Government still held out hope that a formal channel of communication could be set up between the administration and Legco. This is despite a decision by Legco members during the last session to reject a plan to set up a Government Legco Committee. ''The idea of a committee is still on the table. It is a matter for Legco to decide and not for us to ram it down their throats,'' Sir David said. In reviewing the past session of Legco, he said that despite the increasing politicisation of the legislature the thrust of government business had not been affected. He said it was natural for Legco to move toward more representativeness and that the process was ''evolutionary and not revolutionary''. Although formal links had been severed by Mr Patten last October, it had no adverse effect on formulating policy and informal channels of communication continued.