Activist Gilbert Goh is happy to have had a peaceful, silent protest even though the topic did have racial connotations. He asked the Government to look at this example and stop being too uptight as Singaporeans are mature enough to handle such topics.
Who cares about the humble living? As a President, Halimah Yacob should accept all the good and bad that goes along with the job, including moving out of her jumbo flat. Who can afford 'humble living' in a penthouse anyway?
Another activist spoke out about being slapped with travel restrictions for taking part in a candlelight vigil that the police term as illegal public assembly. She said this was despite complying with the police's orders for the vigil.
Activist M. Ravi has posted breaking news of his intention to commence defamation suits against The Online Citizen and journalist Kirsten Han for publishing allegations of Ravi's misconduct in a recent death penalty activism case.
Human rights lawyer M Ravi has been hospitalised since 17 July (he is still in hospital). On the day that he was hospitalised – he was supposed to appear in court as the bank mortgagee had sued to foreclose on his 3-room HDB flat, for the arrears of $7,452.
Activist M Ravi has posted on Facebook stating that he will be taking out an application in the High Court against Minister of Home Affairs and Law, K Shanmugam, for alleged breach in his code of conduct as a law minister. He is demanding Mr Shanmugam resign from his ministerial post within 48 hours, failing which he would file his application in court.
Human rights activist Han Hui Hui has been deported from an undisclosed airport after a long ordeal where she was detained and interrogated by immigration officials. According to activist-writer Leong Sze Hian, Han Hui Hui had been traveling around Asia to give talks on the freedom of expression and freedom of assembly this year.
Here is my speech ( rather an emotional cry for justice for Ridzuan and others )delivered on Saturday made in memory of Ridzuan. I can't help but to feel angry....outrage ....those who say to me stay calm...
We would like to thank those who are concerned about Amos’s situation. Your love and outpouring of concern is greatly appreciated. We would like to take a moment to address a statement that was made by ambassador Bilahari Kausikan “In fact the well-being of the boy and his family were probably the least of their considerations if this was ever a consideration in the first place.”
Human rights activist Kirsten Han writes a eulogy for both the deceased drug courier Muhammad Ridzuan Ali, who was hanged at 6AM on 19 May, Friday, and another drug courier, Kho Jabing, who was hanged one year earlier on 20 May.