Vigil

YET ANOTHER PERSON BANNED FROM TRAVELLING, INVESTIGATED FOR ATTENDING VIGIL

Filmmaker Jason Soo is yet another person to be slapped with a travel restriction as the police are investigating him for taking part in a candlelight vigil for a death penalty inmate. "It's an example of how civil rights in this country are being gradually stripped away, inch by inch, little by little, until one day, we realize that the only rights we have left is the right to obey."

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HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST: WE COMPLIED WITH POLICE BUT THEY DIDN'T INFORM US OF TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS

Another activist spoke out about being slapped with travel restrictions for taking part in a candlelight vigil that the police term as illegal public assembly. She said this was despite complying with the police's orders for the vigil.

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POLICE STOPS TOC EDITOR FROM GOING M'SIA, QUESTION HIM FOR 'ILLEGAL ASSEMBLY'

The Online Citizen's Terry Xu was stopped from travelling to Malaysia as the Police demanded to take his statement on his 'unlawful' assembly for a candlelight vigil. The vigil was held a few months ago in memory of Prabagaran Srivijayan, who was subjected to the death penalty.

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SINGAPOREANS HOLD VIGIL FOR LEE KUAN YEW AT SGH

Several Singaporeans have gone down to the Singapore General Hospital (SGH) to keep a vigil for Singapore's founding Prime Minister, Lee Kuan Yew. ON 5th February, Mr Lee was warded at Singapore General Hospital with a serious case of pneumonia and was admitted into ICU. On Tuesday, the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) said that Lee's condition had worsened. Yesterday, it was announced that he is critically ill.

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