This webinar on the new election laws in Singapore was 7 PM Singapore time, Wednesday 1 July 2020
The Internet is vital for Singapore’s General Election 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic: campaigning, canvassing, and commenting will all be online. But what are we, as ordinary citizens on the Internet, legally able (or not) to do online during this time?
Join the expert panel of Prof Kevin Tan, Prof Ang Peng Hwa, and Remy Choo, at our Internet Society Singapore Chapter event, as they take us through the new election laws that regulate this unusual campaign, Cooling Off Day, and the polls on 10 July.
Adjunct Professor Kevin Tan, NUS Law School https://law.nus.edu.sg/about_us/faculty/staff/profileview.asp?UserID=lawtylk
Prof Ang Peng Hwa, NTU Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information https://research.ntu.edu.sg/expertise/academicprofile/Pages/StaffProfile.aspx?ST_EMAILID=TPHANG
Remy Choo, Director, Peter Low & Choo LLC https://peterlowllc.com.sg/index.php/2019/11/25/choo-zheng-xi-remy-profile
Bryan Tan, Partner, Pinsent Mason
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