A group which monitors lawmakers has attacked labour representative Li Fung-ying for failing to table any motions in the past year. Ms Li and four other members were criticised in a 127-page report published by the Catholic Monitors yesterday. The other four are insurance representative Bernard Chan, banker David Li Kwok-po, rural affairs leader Lau Wong-fat and Timothy Fok Tsun-ting, who represents the sports and arts sector. The group said Ms Lee had not sponsored any motion or amendments in the previous Legco session. She raised fewer than five questions during the weekly sittings and abstained from voting on motions 10 times, the highest among the 60 members. The other four lawmakers were also criticised for similar reasons. Andrew Wong Wang-fat was criticised as being the least proactive among the 24 directly elected members. In the 87 votes held last year, Mr Wong did not vote 36 times. He also raised no question at the weekly sittings, according to the group. The report documented how members voted on all motions and bills, including the national security legislation, calls for universal suffrage and the car-purchase scandal involving former financial secretary Antony Leung Kam-chung. The watchdog attacked the Democratic Alliance for Betterment of Hong Kong for going against public opinion to back the security legislation. The Liberal Party was criticised for voting in favour of corporate interests, while it abstained or opposed motions on livelihood issues. The Democratic Party won the group's support after most of the party's members achieved good attendance records. Their positions on democracy and livelihood issues were also endorsed.