We refer to the article “National Solidarity Party appeals against permit refusal for party paper” (Straits Times, Oct 21).
Strange things seem to be happening of late in Singapore.
… National Solidarity Party (NSP) newsletter renewal of license denied
… Aljunied Town Council charged in court by the NEA for holding an “illegal” mini trade fair
… 4th Return Our CPF protesters on 27 September at Hong Lim Park being investigated for “unlawful assembly”
… Award winning film, “To Singapore, with Love” banned
… blogger Roy Ngerng sued for defamation by the Prime Minister
… blogger Alex Au charged with contempt of court
… theonlinecitizen asked to register under the Broadcasting Act
… Breakfast Network and The Independent subjected to media licensing
… cartoonist Leslie Chew investigated for sedition charges
… Tan Cheng Bok disinvited to party after being invited
… blogger Han Hui Hui sued for defamation by a government agency
What do all the above mean?
S Y Lee and Leong Sze Hian
P.S. Come with your family and friends to the 5th Return Our CPF protest on 25 October 4 pm at Speakers’ Corner https://www.facebook.com/events/446619505476438/