12 Jan '11, 4am

Former Nominated MP Siew Kum Hong: 'When the elections come, liberalisation goes.'

SOCIO-POLITICAL blog The Online Citizen may become the first website here to be gazetted as a political association, which will bar it from receiving foreign donations. The Registry of Political Donations said that it had sent a letter to the editors of the website on Monday, informing them of the Government's intention to gazette the site as a political association. Earlier yesterday, The Online Citizen (TOC) had put up a posting informing its readers of the move. Separately, the Media Development Authority (MDA) has also sent an e-mail to the site's editors asking them to register under the Broadcasting (Class Licence) Notification. The two moves require the website to submit particulars of the people behind it. The Registry of Political Donations, for instance, has asked it to identify its owners, editorial team and administrators. It also has to name a president, treas...

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