Controversial legislator Paul Tse Wai-chun is fighting to table his own peculiar amendment to the Legco election reform bill. The lawmaker who represents the tourism industry wants to restrict the heights, qualifications and incomes of the 'super lawmaker' candidates running for five new district council functional seats: they would be short with no university education and earn little. Specifically, the height of candidates should not be taller than 5 feet 4 inches or 1.62 metres. They should not have academic qualifications above Form Seven. And they must not earn more than HK$10,000 a month. But he said the centrepiece of his amendment would be to cancel the government's cap of HK$6 million on election expenses for candidates of the five new 'super' district council seats. He admits his other suggestions are arbitrary but are aimed at highlighting the arbitrary limit on election expenses that the government wants to impose. '[This is to] say that we should not cap their election expenses at HK$6 million,' he said.