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A Physicist’s look at the Constitution of Singapore – Epilogue

A Physicist’s look at the Constitution of Singapore – Epilogue

Epilogue Singapore did not emerge as an independent country in a legal vacuum.  Singapore has had a written and supreme Constitution which was adopted, entrenched and sanctified by a greater than two-thirds majority of the National Referendum in 1962.  Independence was achieved by a joint declaration by Singapore and Malaysia,... 

A Physicist’s look at the Constitution of Singapore (Part 9 of 9)

A Physicist’s look at the Constitution of Singapore (Part 9 of 9)

Part 9 – Judicial Review of Constitutionality Section 8 of the Independence of Singapore Agreement 1965 provides Section 8, Independence of Singapore Agreement 1965 – Temporary provision as to jurisdiction and procedure of Singapore Courts Until other provision is made by the Legislature of Singapore, the jurisdiction,... 

A Physicist’s look at the Constitution of Singapore (Part 8 of 9)

A Physicist’s look at the Constitution of Singapore (Part 8 of 9)

Part 8 – Preventive Detention Article 149 provides the suspension of certain constitutional guarantees in the legislation against subversion.  In particular, Article 149 authorizes preventive detention in the Internal Security Act (Cap 143) and Criminal Law (Temporary Provisions) Act (Cap 67).  Article 149 was transferred... 



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