Worshippers attend a service at a pentecostal megachurch in Singapore in 2014. Photo: Reuters

Singapore looks to curb foreign influence by tweaking ‘religious harmony’ law

  • The proposed changes would limit key positions in religious organisations to locals and make it so that large donations from abroad must be declared
  • About 100 organisations will be affected by the amendments to the Maintenance of Religious Harmony Act, which came into effect in 1992
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Worshippers attend a service at a pentecostal megachurch in Singapore in 2014. Photo: Reuters
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