A 20-person list claiming to represent 80 per cent of the health services sector was announced yesterday, with members running on a purely non-political platform. The group brings together members representing nursing staff, radiographers, pharmacists, optometrists and others, which the sector's legislator Joseph Lee Kok-long said was an unprecedented show of unity. But who the members would nominate, if elected, would be up to their respective professional bodies, Mr Lee said. The group's common platform includes issues such as better manpower planning for nursing and health services professionals, but makes no mention of constitutional development or democracy. Peter Huang Hyo, convenor of the group that represents 21 health professional bodies, said it was premature to decide on nomination and voting intentions as the list's members have not yet been elected. The three pharmacists' associations in the group yesterday declared they would vote for a chief executive on the issue of the separation of dispensing from prescribing. Mr Huang gave Chief Executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen a mixed evaluation on his handling of issues the group raised in its platform. 'But even if the chief executive were a saint, we would still have complaints. Nobody is perfect,' he said.