NSP's Goh Meng Seng on Singapore's Rule of Law - Justice and Equality #sgelections #sgelection #ge2011 #singapore

All of us remember how "efficient" the police was when they reacted to the police report filed against James Gomez by the Elections Department over that "criminal intimidation" charges. This happened in 2006, right after the General Elections. Even Opposition MP Mr. Low Thia Khiang was interviewed within days after James Gomez was prevented from leaving the country and brought back to Cantonment Police Headquarters for investigations. Fast forward to 2011. New electoral rules were added by the ruling party, People's Action Party (PAP). Particularly, the cooling off period ruling was implemented, initially perceived by many to give PAP the advantage. However, what we have witnessed is a series of possible breach of these rules by PAP itself. We have seen how grassroot leaders sending out SMS messages to its network of members to mobilize them to go out all force on cooling ...

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