19 Jul '12, 6pm

If Tong was a citizen of a developed nation, response from his govt would have been different. Sadly, he was Malaysian.

If Tong was a citizen of a developed nation, response from his govt would have been different. Sadly, he was Malaysian.

Tong’s family had earlier sought help from the MCA Public Services and Complaints Department, but our Foreign Affairs Ministry officials responded that they would not interfere as this was an internal matter (The Star, Jan 13, 2010: “Mum seeks justice for son knocked down by envoy’s car”). If Tong had been a citizen of a developed nation, the response from his government would have been different. Their representatives in Singapore would be at hand to assist Tong’s family. But here we did not see any representative of our Malaysian High Commission in Singapore present or render any assistance to Tong’s family during the Coroner’s Inquiry.

Full article: http://www.sgpolitics.net/?p=3958

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