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Contribution to Book
Singapore
2018 Global Review of Constitutional Law (2019)
  • Dr Jaclyn L Neo, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore
  • Jack Tsen-Ta Lee
  • Makoto C Hong, AGC Academy, Attorney-General's Chambers, Singapore
  • Jiayun Ho, Attorney-General's Chambers, Singapore
Abstract
The year 2018 saw Singapore courts grappling with constitutional interpretation, particularly in determining the proper balance of powers among the different branches of government. There were several legislative initiatives with implications for constitutional rights. There was also continued reliance on public consultation as part of the government’s law-making process.
Keywords
  • constitutional interpretation,
  • fundamental rights,
  • public consultation,
  • Singapore
Disciplines
Publication Date
2019
Editor
Richard Albert, David Landau, Pietro Faraguna and Simon Drugda
Publisher
I-CONnect and the Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy at Boston College
Citation Information
Jaclyn L Neo, Jack Tsen-Ta Lee, Makoto C Hong and Jiayun Ho. "Singapore" Boston, Massachusetts2018 Global Review of Constitutional Law (2019) p. 263 - 268
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jacklee/66/