In the wake of the NKF saga, the Government has accepted the recommendations of the Inter-Ministry Committee (IMC) on the regulation of Charities and Institutions of a Public Character. The…
On 30 September 2006 the US Congress passed the Safe Port Act. Tagged on to this Act is Title VIII: The Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006 (UIGE Act).…
An article on FATF Recommendations and the Jewellery Trade in Singapore.
Singapore laws strictly prohibit gambling and the advertising or promotion of gambling venues. Only limited exceptions exist. This article looks at the gambling laws in Singapore and how they apply to online gambling. The principal legislation are the (1) Betting Act (â€œBAâ€); (2) Common Gaming Houses Act (â€œCGHAâ€); and (3) Broadcasting (Class License) Notification (â€œBCLNâ€).
Some information on Singapore. Data is generally for the year 2003.
Fundamental liberties found in the Singapore Constitution
An article about anti-money laundering regulations in Singapore.
Although a person may fulfil all conditions for citizenship by registration and naturalisation, he/she may not be granted citizenship. The right to grant or refuse citizenship lies with the Government. Indeed, the Government has time and again emphasised that citizenship is a privilege and all applications are considered strictly.
About the Singapore Constitution