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Li ShengWu on the court’s judgement against him

Li ShengWu on the court’s judgement against him

Apparently the court has rendered judgement on my case today, and fined me $15,000 for a comment made to my friends on Facebook. I disagree with the judgement, and worry that it will reinforce the PAP’s tendency to suppress ordinary political speech. In response to three words in a private Facebook post, the government... 

Entrenching the Right to Vote in Free and Fair Elections as a Fundamental Right

Entrenching the Right to Vote in Free and Fair Elections as a Fundamental Right

With Singapore GE2020 over and lapses relating to the election administration during this pandemic surfacing even as I write this, my legal cases over the years are highly relevant as they have sought to establish through various legal judgments where in Singapore law, the right to vote is fundamentally located? I have sought... 

Ms Raeesah Khan apologises for comment made 2 years ago

Ms Raeesah Khan apologises for comment made 2 years ago

Ms Raeesah Khan My intention was never to cause any social division, but to raise awareness to minority concerns. I apologise to any racial group or community who have been hurt by my comments. My remarks were insensitive, and I regret making them. I feel passionate about minority issues, regardless of race, and in my passion,... 



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