NGO questions Singapore's refusal to issue cert that could save M'sian from the gallows

  • Nation
  • Friday, 05 Jul 2019

PETALING JAYA: Legal advocacy group Lawyers For Liberty has questioned Singapore's refusal to issue a certificate of substantive assistance that would spare Malaysian P. Pannir Selvam from the gallows in the island nation.

Its advisor N. Surendran said Pannir, who was convicted in 2017 of trafficking 51.84g of diamorphine at Woodlands Checkpoint on Sept 3, 2014, had assisted authorities in Singapore.

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