Enhancements to a 63-year-old law used to detain criminal suspects without trial were hotly debated in Parliament in February, but some questions remain.
Many MPs, including opposition Workers' Party (WP) MPs and two Nominated MPs who voted against the Criminal Law (Temporary Provisions) Bill, saw the need for the particular law to swiftly deal with those who threaten Singapore's safety, peace and good order.
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