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On media licensing and Marx

On media licensing and Marx

To offer another perspective, below is a full version of what was sent to Today paper as a letter on the media licensing regimen. It includes points that were probably too sensitive to be raised when the edited version of the letter was released: The unhappiness arising from the latest announcements by MDA on licensing issues... 

The Rule of Law and the Paradox of the AIM Transaction 5

The Rule of Law and the Paradox of the AIM Transaction 5

Part 5 – Duty of the Attorney-General Khaw Boon Wan, Singapore Parliamentary Debates, Official Report (13 May 2013), vol. 90, 6.11pm. Mrs Lina Chiam asked how can there be no conflict of interest even if nobody made money. She said she is not sure if any lawyer would be satisfied with how conflict of interest has been defined... 

The Rule of Law and the Paradox of the AIM Transaction 4

The Rule of Law and the Paradox of the AIM Transaction 4

Part 4 – Town Councils Are Apolitical Entities Contrary to what Baey Yam Keng and Khaw Boon Wan claim, I have made clear that the Town Councils are apolitical entities under the Town Councils Act (Cap. 329A) in Part 1. This is aligned with the same reason that Khaw Boon Wan, being the Minister for National Development, cannot... 



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