Kok Heng Leun

NMP KOK TALKS COCK LIKE PAP, SILLY NMP WASTING OUR TAX DOLLARS

I also heard all the NMPs voted to support this in Parliament. They are all like PAP MPs, pretend to debate like their lives depend on it but in the end wasted everyone’s time because the outcome has always been a foregone conclusion. Now I understand the true meaning of WAYANG. In this case, there’s one NMP who loves to talk cock like PAP. First he wanted to propose amendments but later do U-turn and said Minister Shanmugam convinced him that our system got checks and balances. KNN can you believe this joker actually think like that?

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NMP KOK EXPLAINS HE TRIED HIS BEST TO CHECK THE GOVT BUT VOTED YES TO CONTEMPT OF COURT BILL

Since the Parliamentary Debate on the Administration of Justice (Protection) Bill on 15 August 2016 I have received many tags and messages from various people questioning my vote in support of it. Quite a number of them have expressed disappointment and anger. I can understand that. I have taken some time to process what happened and written this reflection to share how I reached that decision, and I hope this will deepen my learning of this prolonged process.

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NMP KOK HENG LEUN SUBMITS PETITION ON ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (PROTECTION) BILL

Nominated Member of Parliament Kok Heng Leun on Wednesday 10 August 2016 submitted a Public Petition on the Administration of Justice (Protection) Bill. The petition was signed by 249 Singaporeans. It is the first time in nine years that a Public Petition has been submitted to Parliament – the last petition was submitted by then-Nominated Member of Parliament Siew Kum Hong in 2007 seeking a repeal of S377A of the Penal Code.

The Don’t Kena Contempt campaign welcomes efforts to protect the judiciary, and agrees that the integrity of legal proceedings and the maintenance of public confidence are essential. In particular, we welcome the sections that set out prohibitions on interferences with parties, witnesses and advocates, as well as insults or interruptions to court proceedings.

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