In a Facebook post, Mr. Zhong described his surprise that his “harmless” comments would warrant such a heavy handed response.
Given that Nas Daily has been outspoken in his praise for the Singapore Government, will the authorities turn a blind eye to his potential political activities and efforts to influence local politics or will they enforce the law equally?
Ms Yassin has also been outspoken in his praise for Singapore and the PAP government. Last year, Mr Yassin produced several videos on Singapore during his stopover while applying for a visa to Indonesia.
When Shanmugam says that the ban is required because ‘social harmony’ must be protected – is he really saying that if the government doesn’t ban such events, then religious conservatives have a free pass to throw tantrums, speak offensively, start riots, or find other ways to disrupt social harmony?
Overwhelmed by Ms Chan’s skilful rhetoric and ability in mobilising public sentiment, the Malaysian Government decided to forego all its claims to the 1962 Water Agreement.
Wong was charged in Mar 2018 for receiving about S$107,000 in various forms of gratification from company director Chia Sin Lan between December 2014 and September 2016.
Mr. Wham also faces two other charges of organizing public assembly without a police permit and another two charges for not signing the police statements.
If we can entrust the youth of Singapore with key responsibilities like national service, while investing billions of dollars in their education, we ought to give them a say on how this nation should be run.
When asked by members of the public why Thia was selected for the role, Mediacorp said that Thia was an accomplished actor and would be a perfect impersonator of Minister Khaw.