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Many questions have been raised regarding the police investigation of Ms Teo Soh Lung and Mr Roy Ngerng over their posting of comments on Cooling-Off Day during the Bukit Batok by-election. The public is confused and concerned about the perplexing actions of the Elections Department and the police over the matter.
The SDP will hold a public forum ‘Feeling The Heat on Cooling-off Day: Clampdown on Freedom of Expression’ to further deliberate on this matter and to discuss the impartiality – or the lack of it – of the way Cooling-off Day regulations are applied.
Join us at our forum and hear from our speakers why this issue concerns our future and how we can protect it.
Public: Feeling The Heat on Cooling-off Day
Date: 11 June 2016, Saturday
Venue: SDP office (Click for direction: 3 Ang Mo Kio Street 62, #02-30 [email protected], Singapore 569139)
Speakers: Dr Wong Souk Yee (Chair)
Ms Teo Soh Lung
Mr Roy Ngerng
Dr G Raman
Prof Paul Tambyah
Admission is free. All are welcome. “Feeling The Heat On Cooling Off Day; True Freedom of Political Expression
Confused about what you can and cannot say on social media about political matters? Fearing a “disproportionate” reprisal for expressing your views? You are not alone.
Come join us at our forum and hear from our key note and guest speakers why you really do not have to fear anymore. Learn how we can still exercise our Freedom of Speech in our Politically “Unique” Singapore whilst staying away from the clutches of state machinery.”