Embattled legislator James To Kun-sun said he would welcome further ICAC investigation of the allegations against him concerning rent paid on a Democratic Party office, saying it would help prove he did nothing wrong. Defending himself on an RTHK radio programme, Mr To, who is a solicitor, said he still had the full trust of his party. 'The party has never questioned my intention or whether I had any material gain [in this case]. In a way, the party is ready to risk its reputation in backing me,' he said. The Independent Commission Against Corruption has not confirmed it is reopening its investigation, as a pro-government legislator claimed last week following the release of the report of an independent investigation into the affair. A spokesman said only that the anti-graft agency would study any useful information. Mr To has been accused of paying rent above market rates for an office in Shamshuipo over an 18-month period, which he claimed back in expenses. He was a co-owner of the office on the party's behalf, a fact he failed to disclose. The investigators' report also revealed that he had claimed $19,200 for office rent between May and July in 2001, but did not pay the rent until last September. Mr To said he was confident that justice was on his side. 'I trust the system ... It will prove my innocence eventually,' he said. Mr To conceded the controversy had already damaged his image, but reiterated he would not resign. 'I think the community adopts a very high standard these days. And I have to accept that people will treat me like this. 'It's all right to say I am stupid,' he said, referring to his failure to keep a good record of the property in question. 'But I would be very concerned if people say I am dishonest.'