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A Physicist’s look at the Constitution of Singapore – Reply to A Critique

A Physicist’s look at the Constitution of Singapore – Reply to A Critique

Reply to A Critique Recently I chanced upon a critique (20 December 2012 – 1:41 am) of my articles in the Constitution series in response to a reader’s question. The critique was written by Jack Tsen-Ta Lee, an Assistant Professor of Law at the School of Law, Singapore Management University (SMU), where he teaches and... 

The Constitution and the Population White Paper 2

The Constitution and the Population White Paper 2

Part 2 – The Singaporean Core The Population White Paper (2013) proclaims Singaporeans form the core of our society and the heart of our nation. To be a strong and cohesive society, we must have a strong Singaporean core. and ignites a vigorous debate both in and out of Parliament. Sylvia Lim (Aljunied), Singapore Parliamentary... 

The Constitution and the Population White Paper 1

The Constitution and the Population White Paper 1

Part 1 – Sovereignty of the Electorate Baron de Montesquieu, The Spirit of the Laws (in French), 1748. In the republican, the people in a body possess the sovereign power. Montesquieu wrote in his seminal work on political theory: in a democracy, the People are sovereign (in modern parlance). In other words, the electorate... 



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