A pro-democracy lawmaker was given the green light yesterday to move a motion calling on people to 'demonstrate once again on July 1 this year the might of the people'. Approval from Legislative Council president Rita Fan Hsu Lai-tai followed her rejection of the original motion tabled by unionist legislator Lee Cheuk-yan, which urged people to take part in the march. In a written reply to Mr Lee yesterday, Mrs Fan said she could not allow his original motion as it was still unknown whether the march would be lawful as police had not yet issued a 'notice of no objection'. But she approved the re-worded motion, which called on Hong Kong people to express their determination to fight for universal suffrage. It will be debated on June 9. She also promised to waive the 12-day notice requirement, if Mr Lee could confirm he would move the revised motion by tomorrow. Mr Lee said he accepted Mrs Fan's ruling and would move the revised motion. Last year, Mr Lee successfully moved a motion urging people to attend the July 1 protest. Police had issued a letter of no objection.