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Posted by: MariaSharpie
« on: January 08, 2018, 03:16:41 pm »

Attorney General Lucien Wong flared up at public criticisms over recent sentencing at a legal event, declaring that the government will never listen to any disagreement because he is always “fair and right”. The Attorney General also misrepresented his argument, insinuating that those who did not express their disagreements are all supportive of the government’s ruling:

“The prosecution will not take short-term views or allow a vocal minority to influence its actions, and instead, hold fast to the rule of law to do what is fair and right. To maintain the trust of the public, the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) is making the effort to articulate its rationale to help the public understand its charging and sentencing decisions.”

The former private lawyer of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong referred to the murder case of an intellectual-disabled lady angrily slamming his critics for being loud:

“The AGC cannot take for granted the public confidence that it commands as an institution.