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Repeal of S377A

Repeal of S377A

I don’t understand why our judiciary cannot be allowed to rule on the constitutionality of laws passed by parliament. Messiness cannot be a legitimate excuse to remove their powers which are guaranteed by our Constitution. We see in this debate that the PAP whip is not lifted when it comes to voting on S377A and amendments... 

Not meaningful to disclose

Not meaningful to disclose

Indranee Rajah I refer to the recent parliamentary exchanges between Pritam Singh and Indranee Rajah (IR) over the development cost of new HDB flats and the details of subsidiaries given to buyers with IR replying that it was not meaningful to provide the information as affordability is what matters to Singaporeans. Before I... 

Making a mountain out of a molehill

Making a mountain out of a molehill

The Committee of Privileges (COP) has made history! For the first time in Singapore’s parliamentary history, it has recommended that two witnesses be referred to the public prosecutor for further investigations for allegedly speaking untruths during the committee’s hearing. Poor Pritam Singh and Faisal Manap! And poor Sylvia... 



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