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Ex-maid Parti Liyani gets two weeks to decide on application for probe

Ex-maid Parti Liyani gets two weeks to decide on application for probe

2/10/2020 1:12:00 AM

Ex-maid Parti Liyani gets two weeks to decide on application for probe

Former maid Parti Liyani has been given two weeks to decide if she wants to proceed with her application for a disciplinary tribunal to look into the conduct of her prosecutors. The Indonesian, 46, is the former domestic worker of Changi Airport Group's former chairman Liew...

EngagementsFormer maid Parti Liyani has been given two weeks to decide if she wants to proceed with her application for a disciplinary tribunal to look into the conduct of her prosecutors.The Indonesian, 46, is the former domestic worker of Changi Airport Group's former chairman Liew Mun Leong, and was accused of stealing from the family.

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Her lawyer, Mr Anil Balachandani, told Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon in a chambers hearing yesterday that Ms Parti is"somewhat overwhelmed" by the events in the past month.Mr Balachandani also said that being away from Indonesia for four years and her wish to return as soon as possible are weighing heavily on Ms Parti's mind.

In his oral grounds released by the court, the Chief Justice said:"This, Mr Balachandani explained, is one of the reasons she had initially considered withdrawing the originating summons seeking an order from me directing that the matters alleged against the DPPs in question be referred to a Disciplinary Tribunal for investigation."

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Chief Justice grants former maid Parti Liyani 2 weeks to decide whether to proceed with legal action against prosecutorsSINGAPORE — Chief Justice Sundaresh Menon granted Ms Parti Liyani, who used to be the domestic worker of former Changi Airport Group chairman Liew Mun Leong, two weeks to decide if she intends to proceed with legal action against two public prosecutors. Hmm Go ahead! If need $ for legal costs can do crowd funding! Now's the time to see how far privileged KNN elites r pampered by PAPSingapore. Sue MOM_sg too cos not taking stated action when told of being worked in closet bapok karl liew office n home.

Former maid Parti Liyani gets 2 weeks to decide if dropping complaint against DPPs for alleged misconductThe Straits Times understands that Ms Parti filed a notice to discontinue the case on Tuesday.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Sylvia Lim's parliamentary motion on Parti Liyani case not selected; Louis Ng to speak on secondhand smoke insteadCorruption runs deep Their reasoning is bullshit and I don't buy it. Stop dismissing Parti Liyani's case and address it In football we would have said: Referee Ka-yu!!!

Parliament will have ‘full and substantive’ debate on Parti Liyani case, even though Sylvia Lim’s motion not selected: Tan Chuan-JinSINGAPORE — The high-profile court case involving the former domestic helper of Changi Airport Group’s ex-chairman Liew Mun Leong will be fully debated in Parliament even though a proposed adjournment motion on the issue has not been picked for the next parliamentary session, Speaker of Parliament Tan Chuan-Jin said. Full and substantive is not enough. It should be an exhaustive debate until everyone in the house who wish to speak have their say with unlimited time. Even if it has to be longer than the budget debate.

Sylvia Lim's parliamentary motion to speak on Parti Liyani case not selected; Louis Ng to speak on secondhand smoke instead

Parti Liyani's case against prosecutors adjourned while she decides if she wants to drop itSINGAPORE: The Chief Justice on Thursday (Oct 1) gave Ms Parti Liyani two weeks to reconsider her application for an investigation to be made into ... If it’s dropped will there be a review anyway? Question is has the offer of outside settlement been accepted?