AN expatriate civil servants' union, which has taken the localisation dispute to court, will try to present a complete picture of the row to the Preliminary Working Committee (PWC) at a meeting later this month. Association of Expatriate Civil Servants president, Royston Griffey, said the union had been invited to attend a civil service study group meeting by convenor Wilfred Wong Ying-wai. 'They want to discuss a number of issues concerning the transition of civil servants,' he said. 'I was invited to give a talk at the meeting and I will certainly explain the development [of the localisation dispute].' The association was not invited to the first meeting, which was held in the PWC's Hong Kong secretariat office last month. It filed for a judicial review of the Government's localisation policy last month, seeking to declare the policy invalid because it discriminated against foreign nationals and breached the Bill of Rights.