Tag Archive: EP

Dr Tan Cheng Bock: My Challenge Is To Uphold The Constitution, Not Undermine Race And Religion

My fellow Singaporeans The High Court has decided against my application. My lawyers are studying the 65-page judgment in which Justice Quentin Loh acknowledged that I have “put forward serious arguments on the start of the count”. I am, of…
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M Ravi Files Constitutional Challenge Against Changes To Elected Presidency

Human rights lawyer M. Ravi yesterday filed a constitutional challenge against changes to the elected presidency made last year. The changes, which Parliament approved last November, tighten the qualifying criteria for candidates, and include a provision to reserve a presidential…
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High Court Accepts Application By Dr Tan Cheng Bock On Constitutionality Of Counting Late Wee Kim Wee As First EP

COURT APPLICATION ACCEPTED I would like to announce that this morning, the High Court accepted my application (HC/OS 495/2017), which seeks the Court’s determination on whether a piece of legislation (section 22 Presidential Elections (Amendment) Act 6 of 2017 which…
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