Tag Archives: Terry Xu

Commentary: Who Checks The Judiciary?

Of late, we’ve been swarmed by several concerns on the ground concerning unchecked powers of unelected officials whose adverse decisions will affect us in a way we are unable to extract accountability from. Hence, how do we proceed as a Nation after this GE when political persecution of even LKY’s own family had just recurred and several other upcoming trials of Civil Activists Jolovan Wham, De Costa and Leong are set in October this year? What are we to make of the proceedings and can trust be regained in our Organs of State to do what’s right for the Country when all powers lead to the PAP cabinet?

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It Has Begun! TOC’s Terry Xu Served Letter By PM’ Lawyers, He Is Being Sued As Expected

The Writ was served on 5 September at Terry Xu's house, which indicated that the article in question "contained statements that are false and baseless and were calculated to disparage and impugn PM Lee as well as his office as the Prime Minister.” Xu has 8 days to enter an appearance to defend the claim. This is also not the first time lawyer Davinder Singh has represented PM Lee in his defamation suits. He was involved when PM Lee sued Roy Ngerng in 2015, and most recently Leong Sze Hian, whose case is still ongoing.

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TOC EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: S’POREANS ARE LIVING UNDER DYNASTIC RULE, AFRAID OF OFFICIAL’S WRATH

You know the very fact that people whom I help, are afraid of repercussions from the authorities in processing their case should have been a clear example of how authoritarian this govt is. Despite whether or not, the people had the facts on their side, nor that it was the civil servants that are in the wrong. I feel like Singaporeans are living in the era of the dynasty rule where commoners have to be wary of the wrath of the officials who have two mouths.

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