Excerpts from Legal Consensus, by Tey Tsun Hang. "I am no longer willing to self-censor, [and] do not want any longer to compromise my intellectual honesty."
Tag: Rule of Law
What emerges is a government that has been willing to decimate the rule of law for the benefit of its political interests.
I was astounded with the Straits Times' headline, "Singapore's legal system rated best in world: Full confidence that justice will be fast and fair."
I put it to you that the video "A Day in the Life of a Minister" may constitute an illegal 'party political film' under section 33 of the Films Act because...
It is basic logic that sincere and competent leaders would strive to do what they pledge to do during the Oath of Office.
Tan Pin Pin’s To Singapore, With Love, a documentary featuring Singaporean political exiles, will not be allowed for public screening.
One would think that the text was describing the bullying that occurs in a children's playground, and not the behaviour of highly-ranked politicians in a court of law.