Photo of Indranee Rajah from Straits Times

After ruining the country into a dictatorship with controversial local laws, Senior Minister of State Indranee Rajah called for the Singapore government to “help” write international laws for other countries.

In January, China has however rejected Singapore’s offer when Minister of State Chan Chun Sing earlier proposed to “help advise” on legal and financial requirements for the Belt and Road project.

Minister Indranee Rajah told 200 lawyers at the conference that the Singapore government should “help” to write international laws in their favour:

“It is now more than ever that Singapore lawyers need to step up to help shape international law… The impact of international law on Singapore’s domestic economic and social life will continue to grow. Singapore must ensure that not only our national interests, but also our values, traditions and perspectives are brought to the table.”

The PAP Minister also brought up the Pedra Branca case, saying that Malaysia has recently lodged a contest for the sovereignty over the islands “in a manner consistent with international law”.

The Singapore government has been writing away corruptions legally, like the million dollar ministerial salaries, controversial election laws and even re-writing the Constitution to allow a racist election banning other races from contesting. Earlier this week in Parliament, the Law Minister re-wrote new laws to give himself dictatorship rights to detain anyone without a trial in court.