Success in the Constitutional Challenge to Section 377A Opens the Door to Overturning Other Unjust Laws
On Monday January 25th lawyers for three gay men argued before a five-judge Court of Appeal that the High Court was wrong to dismiss their challenge to the constitutionality of […]
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 […]
You Don’t Have to Believe Shanmugam Pulls the Strings to Know That the PM Has Too Much Influence Over the Judiciary
Yesterday I read that M. Ravi is being investigated by the police for criminal defamation. He posted on Facebook on 6 November that Eugene Thuraisingham, another lawyer in whose firm […]
In October 2013 the Court of Appeal dismissed my argument that the PAP government’s US$4 billion line of credit to the IMF needed Parliamentary and Presidential approval as required under […]
I sent this letter to the Editor of TODAY yesterday in response to their misleading report about the IMF loan appeal published on 10 April. However I still have yet […]