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Singapore’s widely touted policy of zero tolerance to corruption

Singapore’s widely touted policy of zero tolerance to corruption

Keppel’s corrupt actions in Brazil dealt a blow to Singapore reputation. The corruption was on a breathtaking scale. The facts, which were initially vehemently denied, have since been admitted by Keppel. The details are set out here in the statement of facts attached to this Deferred Prosecution Agreement. See pages 23-38... 

A whistleblower’s 10-year ongoing battle with NUS

A whistleblower’s 10-year ongoing battle with NUS

I am a Singaporean whistleblower who has refused to be silenced about misconduct and abuse of power at the National University of Singapore (“NUS”). I refused to be silenced, even after NUS threatened to retaliate against me. NUS then managed to win a case against me in the High Court of Singapore, in which NUS’s main... 

‘Double Jeopardy’ in charging Lim Tean?

‘Double Jeopardy’ in charging Lim Tean?

I just saw the video by Lim Tean that the Law Society had withdrawn it’s charges today (11 May) against him on the issue of client’s monies. Why is the police so anxious to charge him tomorrow (12 May) when the law society was conducting its inquiry. Worst of all , his charges have been withdrawn by the Law Society today. This... 



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