Hong Kong delegates to the conference are to table at least four motions this year, including calls to further relax rules on mainland tourists travelling to Hong Kong. Chan Kam-lam, a Democratic Alliance for Betterment of Hong Kong legislator, said he would table two motions, one of which will call for the gradual easing of restrictions on travel from across the mainland. This comes a day after Gao Siren, director of the central government's liaison office in Hong Kong, said the individual-tourist scheme could be extended to a further eight or nine cities outside Guangdong this year. The cities are in the wealthy eastern provinces of Jiangsu, Fujian and Zhejiang. Mr Chan's other motion will call for the protection of the interests of Hong Kong businessmen investing or trading on the mainland by using a unified procedure for setting up companies and standard taxation regimes. His DAB colleague Tam Yiu-chung will table a motion calling for more stringent traffic regulations and crackdowns on faulty vehicles and poorly maintained highways, noting the series of fatal accidents involving cross-border travellers. The most controversial motion, to be tabled by a group of delegates led by Lee Cho-jat, seeks to create a mechanism to monitor whether officials and legislators have breached their oaths to uphold the Basic Law and of allegiance to the special administrative region.