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Why PAP MPs are no more but a “wayang” in Parliament

Why PAP MPs are no more but a “wayang” in Parliament

By Richard Lu I refer to Miss Chua Mui Hoong’s article ‘No wayang – MPs serve as early warning system’ filed under ‘From the Gallery’ section of the Straits Times of 12 March, 2010.  This article is a shaggy dog story.  In it Miss Chua says “MPs play a valuable role in the political process, often as an early... 

Independent judiciary in a Liberal democracy

Independent judiciary in a Liberal democracy

By Richard Lu In liberal democracies, citizens are mandated to obey the rule of law.  It stands to reason that the independence of the judiciary is not only an important part of a liberal democracy, but some might suggest it is essential.   To understand why an independent judiciary is an important part of a liberal democracy... 

Why an Independent Judiciary is an  important part of a liberal democracy

Why an Independent Judiciary is an important part of a liberal democracy

By Richard Lu  The Judiciary   “The judiciary (also known as the judicial system or judicature) is the system of courts which interprets and applies the law in the name of the sovereign or state. The judiciary also provides a mechanism for the resolution of disputes. Under the doctrine of the separation of powers, the judiciary... 



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