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The following post, written by Dr. Jaclyn L. Neo, was published on I-CONnect Blog on 16 May 2018. It examines the recent seismic elections in Malaysia, and highlights some constitutional defects in ensuring smooth political transitions. In particular, it highlights how the Singapore constitution explicitly prohibits floor crossing or what is more popularly known as […]
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The following post, written by Dr. Jaclyn L. Neo, was published on I-CONnect Blog on 15 March 2018. While it examines judicial power and amendments in Malaysia, the judgment makes extensive reference to developments in Singapore concerning judicial power and the basic structure doctrine. The Malaysian Federal Court held that judicial power, particularly the power […]
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There really is no room for complaint that Singapore’s laws have been maniuplated, or due process compromised. Neither has there been a watering down or infringement of the separation of powers doctrine such as would constitute a constitutional crisis in this case.
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There really is no room for complaint that Singapore’s laws have been maniuplated, or due process compromised. Neither has there been a watering down or infringement of the separation of powers doctrine such as would constitute a constitutional crisis in this case.
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The 2018 Annual Conference of the International Society of Public Law (“ICON-S”) will take place at the University of Hong Kong on June 25-27, 2018, under the auspices of the University of Hong Kong’s Faculty of Law and its Centre for Comparative and Public Law. This will be the fifth Annual Conference of ICON-S, following […]
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The 2018 Annual Conference of the International Society of Public Law (“ICON-S”) will take place at the University of Hong Kong on June 25-27, 2018, under the auspices of the University of Hong Kong’s Faculty of Law and its Centre for Comparative and Public Law. This will be the fifth Annual Conference of ICON-S, following […]
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Originally posted on Blog of the IACL, AIDC:
By Dr Jaclyn L. Neo For the first time since its independence in 1965, Singapore has a female President. Madam Halimah Yaacob was sworn in as the country’s 8th President on 14 September 2017. She is also Singapore’s first Malay President since the presidency was changed from…
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Originally posted on Blog of the IACL, AIDC:
By Dr Jaclyn L. Neo For the first time since its independence in 1965, Singapore has a female President. Madam Halimah Yaacob was sworn in as the country’s 8th President on 14 September 2017. She is also Singapore’s first Malay President since the presidency was changed from…
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