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Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Singapore’s prime minister's nephew said that Singapore has a “litigious and pliant court system”.

Last month, in Oct 2017, a Singaporean (Seelan) was arrested under the Public Order Act:
http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/activist-arrested-for-unlawful-protest-outside-parliament

This month, in Nov 2017, a Singaporean (Jolovan) was charged under the Public Order Act:
http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/police-to-charge-civil-activist-jolovan-wham-in-court-charges-include-organising-public

In the first case, the incident happened outside Singapore’s parliament.
In the second case, the incidents happened outside Speakers’ corner.

According to the police:
"The Speakers' Corner, on the other hand, is an established space for Singaporeans to express their views on issues with which they are concerned. Singapore citizens can organise public assemblies at the Speaker's Corner in accordance with the rules."

This is ironic when five fellow Singaporeans and I were charged for the #ReturnOurCPF event at Hong Lim Park Speakers' Corner on 27 Sep 2014.

Singapore’s prime minister's nephew said that Singapore has a “litigious and pliant court system”.
This is because Singapore’s Judge Chay Yuen Fatt, disqualified me from standing for parliamentary election by imposing a fine of SGD$3,100 as well as saying that I “rallied her Facebook readers to come to the CPF event” and “made vitriolic speeches to denounce the government and various government policies”.
Is the Singapore government going to convict them to set a precedent to the rest?

The Singapore government imprisoned me on 22 Feb 2017 right after the appeal:
http://huihui247.blogspot.com/2017/02/alone-in-cell.html

Until today, the Minister for Home Affairs and Minister for Law dare not show the CCTVs of me during the imprisonment, not even the five CCTVs of me being searched because it will prove who is the liar.
Is the Singapore government going to jail them to set a precedent to the rest?

The Singapore government has amended the public order act numerous times after 27 Sep 2014 and added new sections in order to persecute Singaporeans who speak up against malicious government policies.
As the Singapore government continues to persecute human rights activists, the level of self-censorship in Singapore is now as high as the Salary of Singapore’s prime minister – the highest in the world.

If the Singapore government is going to persecute activists to set a precedent to the rest, isn’t this a great insult to us being a first world country?

Then again…
Are we really first world when we claim to be a “democratic society” in our pledge yet there is no freedom of assembly or expression?
Are we really first world when our president is an Indian during general election yet a Malay during the presidential election?
Are we really first world when the transport system always breakdown yet fares go up?