I’ve edited this piece because, at the time of writing, I missed that 127A of the Prison Regulations had been added in September 2018, while the prison…
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Apologies for not sending a round-up this morning as I usually do. It’s been a very full-on past few days and it completely flew out of my head. I hope…
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The following is based on observations made and research done in the course of campaigning against the death penalty and working with the families of d…
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As I mentioned in the last issue sent out earlier today, human rights lawyer M Ravi, representing Syed Suhail bin Syed Zin, filed an application for a …
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I understand that not every subscriber to this newsletter will share my views on the death penalty. I don’t ask that you adopt my position just because…
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This special issue is co-published with The News Lens International — it’s being sent out only to Milo Peng Funders, but you can also find the piece th…
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Whew, that was a flurry of special issues over this past week! For those who could do with a break, I put together a list on Samseng Zhabor of Chinese …
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This is the third special issue of We, The Citizens focused on Parti Liyani’s case and the questions it throws up about justice in Singapore. The first…
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This is the second special issue of We, The Citizens focused on Parti Liyani’s case and the questions it throws up about justice in Singapore. The firs…
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Parti Liyani has finally been vindicated. On 4 September, a High Court judge overturned the conviction and sentence handed down by a district court jud…
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I’m re-issuing this week’s round-up because I made a boo-boo towards the end! The original issue of the newsletter that was sent out had said that Part…
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I’m back from my short staycation where I succeeded in watching multiple episodes of drama and reading, but completely failed to stay off social media.…
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