Sometimes the public prosecutor offers the concession of a reduced charge or a reduced number of charges if the accused elects to plead guilty. What are the issues with this? Read this explainer to find out.
Seventeen ethnic Malay individuals facing the death penalty in Singapore have brought a judicial review to the Singapore courts on the basis that the Attorney General’s Chambers has acted arbitrarily, and in a discriminatory manner, in imposing the death penalty on them, because of their race.
At a recent film screening of Ayahku, Dr. G, activists, creators, and family members of inmates on death row in Singapore and Malaysia discussed the war on drugs in these two countries, societal and governmental challenges faced, and how to move forward with hope. Here’s our recap of the event.
Pannir Selvam, a death row inmate in Changi Prison, writes about his father on Father’s Day.
The Singaporean government repeatedly justifies the retention of the death penalty by claiming that most Singaporeans are in favour of capital punishment. But what do Singaporeans really think?
Did you know that, under Singapore law, it’s possible to convict someone based solely on the confession of a co-accused person?
A brief introduction to the case of Norasharee bin Gous, an inmate on death row in Singapore.
Sharifah reflects on her childhood and her brother, Syed Suhail, who is currently on death row in Singapore.
A conversation with the Chair for the Global Commission on Drug Policy, Helen Clark, about drug policy in Singapore and best practices from around the world.
A letter from a nine-year-old appealing for clemency for her father on death row.