Shanmugam: M’sia’s govt appealed 3 times in 1 year for S’pore not to hang its citizens

Here’s a couple of things Singaporeans need to know about higher profile executions and the strictness of Singapore’s laws. Advertisement Singapore does not accede to Malaysia’s request for leniency Malaysia has appealed multiple times for Singapore not to hang its...

“I respect the decision of the Singapore Court” – Malaysian Minister Liew Vui Keong

After the controversial stay of execution in the case of the Malaysian drug mule who was sentenced to hang last Friday (May 24), allegations have surfaced accusing the Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Liew Vui Keong to have interfered with Singapore’s...

Malaysian’s abolition of death penalty and the argument against it being a deterrence to crime

Back in mid October 2018, Malaysia's de-facto Law Minister Liew Vui Keong had announced that the newly elected Malaysian government planned to abolish the death penalty which was currently employed by its legal system as punishment for severe crimes such as murder,...