Singapore's minister Kasiviswanathan Shanmugam has said there must be a fair process as authorities investigate the case of Parti Liyani. Photo: AFPSingapore's minister Kasiviswanathan Shanmugam has said there must be a fair process as authorities investigate the case of Parti Liyani. Photo: AFP
Singapore's minister Kasiviswanathan Shanmugam has said there must be a fair process as authorities investigate the case of Parti Liyani. Photo: AFP

Singapore probe into case of acquitted domestic worker no ‘witch hunt’: Shanmugam

  • Singapore’s law and home affairs minister said authorities want to restore public trust after Parti Liyani was acquitted of stealing from Liew Mun Leong
  • Meanwhile, a fundraiser for Parti raised US$20,000 in less than a day and will help her set up a food business in her native Indonesia

Topic |   Singapore
Singapore's minister Kasiviswanathan Shanmugam has said there must be a fair process as authorities investigate the case of Parti Liyani. Photo: AFPSingapore's minister Kasiviswanathan Shanmugam has said there must be a fair process as authorities investigate the case of Parti Liyani. Photo: AFP
Singapore's minister Kasiviswanathan Shanmugam has said there must be a fair process as authorities investigate the case of Parti Liyani. Photo: AFP
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