No plans to fine those displaying Singapore flag after Sept 30: Edwin Tong
SINGAPORE — Minister for Culture, Community and Youth and Second Minister for Law Edwin Tong on Wednesday (Sept 30) said there was no intention of penalising people who display the Singapore flag after Sept 30.Read more: TODAY »
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Why need to fine? Fine for those farting and western propaganda high republic of tiny island
No plans to fine those displaying Singapore flag after Sep 30: Edwin TongSINGAPORE: Minister for Culture, Community and Youth and Second Minister for Law Edwin Tong on Wednesday (Sep 30) said there was no intention of ... 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 Thank You Sir! This article epitomises what a pathetic autocracy Singapore really is 😂🤣😂 👍👍👍
No plans to fine those who display national flags after 30 September: Edwin TongSingapore has no plans to fine those who display the national flags beyond the 30 September deadline, said Edwin Tong, the Minister for Culture, Community and Youth. Who can be trusted? One say $1,000 fine and the other say no plant to fine.
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