Daily Archives: 2007-10-10

TOC Feature: 377A – To prevent what harm?

By Michael Hor Curiously, the Penal Code (Amendment) Bill of 2007, proclaimed as the result of only the second comprehensive review of Singapore’s 136 year old criminal code, is likely to be remembered more for what it did not do than for what it did. To be sure, there is much reform in the Bill, and much that is uncontroversially …

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Something is Rotten in the State of Singapore

Breaking News: Myanmar dissident dies under questioning By Benjamin Cheah On the 8th of October, five members of the Singapore Democratic Party, Mr. Gandhi Ambalan, Dr. Chee Soon Juan, Ms. Chee Siok Chin, Mr. Jeffrey George, and Mr. John Tan were arrested outside the Istana. Four of the five SDP members were carrying placards reading ‘No Arms’, ‘No Deals’, and …

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