LIBERAL Party member Tony Kan Chung-nin has been accused by another party colleague of manipulating last week's elections for the party's Sha Tin office. Sha Tin District Board member Kong Wood-chiu said yesterday that he had complained to the party that Mr Kan's group had monopolised the key posts in the party's branch office after gaining a majority. According to Mr Kong, the new chairman, Mak Lam-wing , vice-chairman, Leung Chi-wai and treasurer, Chu Moon-chuen were all allies of Mr Kan. ''It can't be ruled out that Mr Kan is paving his way for the 1995 elections,'' Mr Kong said. Mr Kan, now a District Board member, was member of the Regional Council and was narrowly defeated by legislators Emily Lau Wai-hing and Andrew Wong Wang-fat in the 1991 polls. Mr Kong suggested the party to set up more than one branch office in the district. ''Otherwise, it will be difficult for people not of Mr Kan's camp to work,'' he said. He warned that some members were likely to resign if the party failed to remedy the situation. He also suggested that the party review the simple majority rule applied in the district office elections, which allowed Mr Kan's group to dominate. He suggested the first runner-up in the election for chairman should automatically be given the post of vice-chairman. The chairman of the party's executive committee, Selina Chow Liang Shuk-yee said the party would look into the matter. But she said it would only consider whether the broad principles were fair or not, and would not focus on particular cases. She added that this round of elections was transitional. Another round would be held not later than March next year. The deputy chairman of the party's executive committee, Mr Chan Yim-kwong, described the issue as ''a storm in the teacup''. Mr Kan could not be reached for comment.