Did Shanmugam Breach the Constitution When He Discussed the High Court Judgement in the Parti Liyani Case?
Article 99 of the Singapore Constitution states: The conduct of a Judge of the Supreme Court or a Judicial Commissioner, a Senior Judge or an International Judge of the Supreme […]
As promised in October, Law Minister Shanmugam delivered a statement in Parliament yesterday on the Parti Liyani case. I have previously written extensively about it here, here here, here and […]
In the wake of Ms Parti Liyani’s acquittal several stones are being overturned and not surprisingly all manner of unpleasant things being found underneath them. I wrote in my last […]
The Curious Case of Josephine Teo’s Husband’s Resignation from Surbana Two Days Before Liew’s Maid Was Acquitted
In all the public anger and outrage that has surfaced since Justice Chan’s scathing comments about on Mr Liew, no one seems to have picked up on the curious fact […]
While $20 for 100 Hours of Work Is “Peanuts” Even for an Impoverished Foreign Domestic Worker, $100 Million Might Be Peanuts for Natural Aristocrats Like Ho Ching
During Ms Liyani’s appeal the Public Prosecutor tried to rebut the defence’s claims that she had been coerced into working outside the home and that her refusal to do so […]