Detention without trial (a short blurp for now)
September 17, 2011, 2:48 am
Filed under: By Rachel Zeng, Internal Security Act, Singapore

Whoever thinks that detention without trial (Internal Security Act and Section 55 of the Temporary Provisions Act) is logical truly needs to find more defence for their illogical reasoning of such a ‘lawful’ practice of tyranny and torture within the law of an apparent first world nation.

Singapore should abolish the ISA and any other sections that makes detention without trial legal.


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