COOLING DAY RULE BREAKERS, WHERE DOES ELD DRAW THE LINE?

Dear ASS,

I have read the news of the arrest of Teo Soh Lung, Roy Ngerng and Jason Chua by the police for breaking the Cooling Off or Polling Day rules. How did the election department know who break the Cooling-Off day rules? I thought it only applied to candidates and their parties? If they are investigating individuals who had posted political things on Cooling off day, they should also be investigating so many others. Why draw the line at Teo Soh Lung, Roy Ngerng and Jason?

Augustin Lee said he complain to election department on 30 May about fabrication about the pap but the department did not take any action. Why didn’t the election department take any action against FAP after the complaint? The election department should explain to commoners like us why they did not do anything to Fabrication Against the pap. They can lodge report against Roy and Teo Soh Lung but show double standard when comes to a pro-government page.

Next election or by election we complain to election department about postings by people who are anti-government then we will see police report made against them. If complain about pro government then confirm sweep under carpet.

I think ELD owes us tax-payers a clear explanation.

Angry Singaporean
A.S.S. Contributor

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