PM Lee Hsien Loong will testify in court if defamation suit against TOC editor goes to trial
SINGAPORE - Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will testify in court if his defamation suit against the chief editor of sociopolitical site The Online Citizen ( TOC ) goes to trial.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
"The court can then establish the facts," she added.
In court documents seen by The Straits Times, the lawyers charged that PM Lee has suffered loss and damage, and has been"brought into public scandal, odium and contempt".
On Sept 1, Mr Xu received a letter of demand from Ms Chang to remove the offending article and Facebook post by Sept 4.
He added that he has decided to represent himself in court and will have to file his defence for the case within 14 days.Read more: The Straits Times
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