The national flag of Singapore flies atop its Parliament House. Photo: AFPThe national flag of Singapore flies atop its Parliament House. Photo: AFP
The national flag of Singapore flies atop its Parliament House. Photo: AFP

Letters | Singapore’s fake news law does not restrict the freedom of speech

  • Each time the Singapore government has issued correction notices to online posts, it has detailed the falsehoods and public interest involved
  • Singapore is determined to stop xenophobia or nativist sentiments from taking root in local politics

Topic |   Singapore
The national flag of Singapore flies atop its Parliament House. Photo: AFPThe national flag of Singapore flies atop its Parliament House. Photo: AFP
The national flag of Singapore flies atop its Parliament House. Photo: AFP
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