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Bus drivers file lawsuits against SBS Transit over wage dispute

Bus drivers file lawsuits against SBS Transit over wage dispute

Five bus drivers have filed separate lawsuits against public transport operator SBS Transit Ltd over a wage dispute concerning overtime pay. In a writ of summons filed by lawyer M Ravi last Fri (20 Sep) and seen by TOC today (23 Sep), the bus drivers, who have been working for SBS Transit between three years to a decade, alleged... 

Broad laws to make all public expression of any opinion illegal

Broad laws to make all public expression of any opinion illegal

Nafiz’ story (see https://twitter.com/kixes/status/1173880018679685120?s=21 or the article below for a summary) is an example of how systemic oppression works in Singapore. First, self-censorship: you are pressured to voluntarily not express your opinion. Then, marginalisation: if you refuse to self-censor, you are... 

Court to hear Daniel de Costa’s constitutional challenge in criminal defamation charge

Court to hear Daniel de Costa’s constitutional challenge in criminal defamation charge

Mr.M.Ravi attended the Pre-Trial Conference yesterday of our client Daniel de Costa who has been jointly charged with Terry Xu of The Online Citizen (TOC) for criminal defamation. It was alleged that he made certain comments by email which was subsequently published on TOC that would harm the reputation of members of the Cabinet... 



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