Law Minister Liew pleads with S'pore to spare M'sian drug mule


PETALING JAYA: Law Minister Datuk Liew Vui Keong has pleaded with Singapore to show mercy to a Malaysian citizen due for execution in the island state this Friday (Nov 22).

Abd Helmi bin Ab Halim is to be hanged at Changi prison after being convicted and sentenced to death for trafficking in 16.56g of diamorphine in March 2017.

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Liew Vui Keong , Singapore , Malaysia

   

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