Monthly Archives: May 2019

Hope of more desirable Singapore lies in our awakened conciousness

by Joseph Nathan Singapore has been plagued by a series of unprecedented domestic problems these past years and without step-up accountability and transparency, the situation has become divisive, fracturing us as a nation. The pro-establishment is now being challenged more critically by a growing anti-establishment and concerned citizen, while those remaining in the middle are also starting to rethink critically …

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Three NMPs propose amendments to Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Bill in joint statement

Three Nominated Members of Parliament (NMPs) – namely Ms Anthea Ong, Ms Irene Quay, and Associate Professor Walter Theseira – have issued a Notice of Amendment to the controversial Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Bill which was was introduced early last month. Among the NMPs’ suggested amendments to the Bill, listed in a joint statement yesterday (30 Apr), are …

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