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Appalled by the PAP arguments in Parliament on why the police would be allowed use of the TraceTogether information

Appalled by the PAP arguments in Parliament on why the police would be allowed use of the TraceTogether information

I was frankly appalled by the PAP arguments in Parliament yesterday on why the police would be allowed use of the TraceTogether information in “serious” crimes. It was pathetic that Vivian Balakrishnan – who assured Singaporeans last June that the TraceTogether data would only be for use to combat the virus –... 

Why waste time camping in the house?

Why waste time camping in the house?

Is there a necessity to respond to MP Murali’s amended motion when the WP knows that it will be passed by 83 PAP MPs who were already instructed to vote for it? Why waste time camping in the House and trying to persuade MP Murali to withdraw his amended motion? Come on Ms Indranee. Don’t try to fool us by telling... 

Did Shanmugam Breach the Constitution When He Discussed the High Court Judgement in the Parti Liyani Case?

Did Shanmugam Breach the Constitution When He Discussed the High Court Judgement in the Parti Liyani Case?

Justice Chan Article 99 of the Singapore Constitution states: The conduct of a Judge of the Supreme Court or a Judicial Commissioner, a Senior Judge or an International Judge of the Supreme Court shall not be discussed in Parliament except on a substantive motion of which notice has been given by not less than one-quarter of... 



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