Liew Mun Leong, chairman of Singapore’s Changi Airport Group, has been criticised on social media after his family accused a former domestic worker of theft, only for her conviction to be overturned. Photo: Handout
Liew Mun Leong, chairman of Singapore’s Changi Airport Group, has been criticised on social media after his family accused a former domestic worker of theft, only for her conviction to be overturned. Photo: Handout
Singapore

Domestic worker case in Singapore thrusts issue of illegal deployment into spotlight

  • Singapore’s Ministry of Manpower said about 155 employers a year send their helpers to work at other premises, as in the case of Liew Mun Leong’s family
  • Meanwhile, Temasek CEO Dilhan Pillay Sandrasegara has defended the Changi Airport Group chairman, saying he has contributed to Singapore

Liew Mun Leong, chairman of Singapore’s Changi Airport Group, has been criticised on social media after his family accused a former domestic worker of theft, only for her conviction to be overturned. Photo: Handout
Liew Mun Leong, chairman of Singapore’s Changi Airport Group, has been criticised on social media after his family accused a former domestic worker of theft, only for her conviction to be overturned. Photo: Handout
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