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7 May 2002
I guess the government has its reason to have restrictions for speech but I feel we should have a more open mind about free speech.
What’s the use of Hong Lim Park where you can speak but must be cautious not to provoke the government? If that’s the way, I don’t see the point of the place.
Maybe the government could hear what Singaporeans really have to say and learn from it.
And another thing, why does the news only air speeches that promote the PAP, especially during elections? What about the opposition?
The PAP says it welcomes the opposition but that’s not what I see. I hope to see improvement in the years to come.
A young citizen