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“…in a show of solidarity, more than 4,000 workers attended a NTUC rally yesterday to protest against American interference in Singapore’s politics … which featured banners, placards and speeches galore.”
– Straits Times, May 12 1988
“On Dec 10, 2000, a group of activists had gathered on Speakers Corner to commemorate Human Rights. Two organisers of the event were later called up for questioning by the police who issued a warning that the Speakers Corner must not be used for marches, demonstrations, or ‘disorderly behaviour’, specifying that chanting slogans, displaying placards, and ‘gesticulations’ such as ‘clenching of fist’ were ‘indicative of a demonstration or of disorderly behaviour’.”
–Dr Chee Soon Juan, Your Future, My Faith, Our Freedom