LEONG SZE HIAN

S'PORE ECONOMIST TOTALLY AGREES WITH CHIEF OF GOVT COMMS JANADAS DEVAN

“But he added: “I am as baffled as most Singaporeans why Hsien Yang and you wish to consume all of us in your personal family matters. Please: Think of Singapore, and forget the rest.”” Comment: Agree absolutely with the Chief of Government Communications that everyone (including Lee Hsien Yang and Lee Wei Ling) should “think of Singapore (first), and forget the rest”.

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HAN HUI HUI FLEES SINGAPORE FOR ASYLUM IN EUROPE

Human rights activist Han Hui Hui has left Singapore for an asylum bid in an undisclosed European country, says a source close to Ms Han. This fact was confirmed by another socio-political activist, Leong Sze Hian, also the president of human rights group MARUAH in Singapore.

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AMKTC CPIB PROBE: SAME CONFLICT OF INTEREST LIKE IN ALJUNIED GRC?

These were among several improper payments that the town council made to managing agent FM Solutions and Services (FMSS) and service provider FM Solutions and Integrated Services (FMSI), said KPMG. Such improper payments were made in a situation where there were “control failures” and conflicts of interest, as the shareholders of the two companies were holding key management positions in the town council. These include a failure to address serious conflicts of interest and a lack of meaningful oversight by town councillors, it added.

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BRAVE SINGAPOREANS SPEAK AT HUMAN RIGHTS DAY

Mr Leong is the past president of the society of financial service professionals, an alumnus of Harvard University, authored 4 books and quoted over 1000 times in the media. Han Hui Hui was banned from speaking at Hong Lim Park since #ReturnOurCPF event on 27 Sep 2014.

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USE OF CPF MONEY FOR TEMASEK INVESTMENTS IN BREACH OF UN HUMAN RIGHTS CONVENTION?

I refer to the article ”Singapore’s approach to human rights ‘pragmatic’, says Govt in report to the United Nations” (Straits Times, Dec 11). It states that ”Singapore’s way of promoting human rights is to build a fair and inclusive society, by enhancing social protection and preserving social harmony.”

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SIX IN HONG LIM PARK FRACAS FACE PUBLIC NUISANCE CHARGES

SIX protesters, including activist Han Hui Hui and blogger Roy Ngerng, who took part in a Hong Lim Park march that disrupted a charity event last month, will be in court on Monday to face charges of public nuisance. The police also said yesterday that Ms Han, 22, and Mr Ngerng, 34, each face a second charge of organising a demonstration without approval.

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