Former NTUC chairman and former MP Phey Yew Kok is some five months away from settling criminal offences committed more than three decades ago as he serves out the last lap of his prison term in home detention.
A Singapore Prison Service (SPS) spokesman said Phey - who is now completely blind in his right eye and suffers from severe hearing impairment - has been placed on the year-long Home Detention Scheme (HDS), under which he is due to complete serving his sentence in October.
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