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HUMAN RIGHTS LAWYER SAYS SORRY FOR IMPLYING MINISTERS ARE ONLY AFTER FINANCIAL WEALTH

Lawyer and death penalty critic Eugene Thuraisingam has apologised in court yesterday for making statements that were in contempt of court. He previously implied that ministers turn a blind eye to death penalty laws in Singapore because they are only after financial gains. His Facebook post was a response to Ridzuan's death sentence as the man was found guilty of trafficking heroin. The lawyer acknowledged his mistake and insisted nobody forced him to apologise.

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CPF ACTIVIST URGES S'POREANS TO DONATE $5,300 MONTHLY SALARY TO JOBLESS ROY NGERNG

Dear Singaporeans, with more opposition Members of Parliament, how can the Nominated MP scheme be more important than it was 25 years ago? In order to make our voices heard, I have organised events together Roy Ngerng Yi Ling. Now that he has lost his job, would 5,300 Singaporeans like to give $1 each month to him so that he can be our first full-time NMP, who is truly selected by the people?

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