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COP's final report on Raeesah Khan is not the final chapter to a long-running saga

Former WP MP Raeesah Khan at the Committee of Privileges hearing on Dec 2, 2021. PHOTO: GOV.SG
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SINGAPORE - In 2021, as the Committee of Privileges' (COP) hearings - together with six special reports and even more video recordings - dragged on, the Raeesah Khan saga was catnip to political pundits and the general public.

They revelled in the verbal fisticuffs between Leader of the Opposition Pritam Singh and COP member Edwin Tong, the Minister for Culture, Community and Youth and Second Minister for Law.

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