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LI SHENGWU: AGC SENT THREATENING LETTER WITHOUT CLARIFYING WITH ME, I DIDN'T ATTACK JUDICIARY

Li Shengwu has responded to the AGC after it said it will look into his FB post for contempt of court. In a recent post, Li said the AGC had sent him a threatening letter without bothering to clarify with him what he meant. He explained that his post was not intended to attack the Singapore judiciary and has since amended it.

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OPPOSITION POLITICIAN: WILL UNBIASED AGC TAKE FAMILEE MEMBER LI SHENGWU TO TASK?

Opposition politician Jeannette Chong-Aruldoss thinks it will be interesting to see what the AGC will do to Li Shengwu for being critical of the court. "If the AGC does not take LSW to take him to task for his statement, then we know that if it is OK for LSW to say "the Singapore government is very litigious and has a pliant court system", it is OK for us to say that too".

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SDP: AGC TARGETS LI SHENGWU BUT DID NOT INVESTIGATE LHL'S ALLEGED ABUSE OF POWERS

In a statement by the SDP, it questioned the AGC for targeting Li Shengwu but failing to investigate charges of abuse of power by PM Lee Hsien Loong. "How the AGC handles the two issues will determine the level of public confidence in our law enforcement agency. It is crucial that the AGC treats the cases without fear or favour".

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CHEE HONG TAT ADDS FUEL TO THE FIRE, SLAMS LI SHENGWU FOR JUDICARY COMMENTS

Senior minister of State for Health and Communications and Information, Mr Chee Hong Tat, has slammed Mr Li Shengwu, the son of Lee Hsien Yang and the nephew of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, who had made remarks in a "Friends Only" Facebook post in which he criticized the judiciary system in Singapore for being unfair.

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HIGH COURT DISMISSES TAN CHENG BOCK'S CONSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE, SURPRISE?

The High Court dismissed Dr Tan Cheng Bock's constitutional challenge to the upcoming reserved Presidential Election. This comes after the AGC accused Dr Tan of being selfish for undermining multiracial representation and for wanting to run in the next election. Dr Tan has until next Wednesday to file a notice of appeal and has not reached a conclusion. Does this come as a surprise? Have we lost yet another hopeful candidate who can actually be our voice?

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