Singapore Govt’s New Law Against Foreign Interference Aimed At China Or a Bid To Curb Dissent?

Singapore has passed a law that empowers the govt to “prevent, detect or disrupt” foreign interference in domestic politics. The law empowers the govt to root out what it calls “hostile information campaigns” and “use of local proxies”. Singapore govt believes that such campaigns would mislead people on political issues or stir up dissent.

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