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57 per cent of people here feel that social media companies and platforms have little to no influence on Singapore politics.ST PHOTO: GIN TAY
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Law don looks at key aspect of High Court decision in Parti Liyani's case


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Former Indonesian domestic worker Parti Liyani was last year acquitted of all four charges on appeal.ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG
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Parti Liyani seeks compensation from AGC for 'frivolous or vexatious' prosecution


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SINGAPORE - Former domestic worker Parti Liyani, an Indonesian who was acquitted in a high-profile case last year of stealing from her then-employer, is making an unprecedented bid to seek compensation from the Attorney-General's Chambers (AGC).
She is the first person to be making an application for compensation under Section 359(3) of the Criminal Procedure Code, which was introduced in 2010, prosecutors told the High Court on Friday (April 16).
The provision states that if an accused is acquitted of any charge, and if it is proved to the satisfaction of the court that the prosecution was frivolous or vexatious, the court may order a compensation sum of up to $10,000.

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Stay in the know with a recap of our top stories today. 1. Parti Liyani seeks compensation from AGC for 'frivolous or vexatious' prosecution Former domestic worker Parti Liyani, an Indonesian who was acquitted in a high-profile case last year of stealing from her then-employer, is making an unprecedented bid to seek compensation from... » READ MORE 2. CPF Special...

Parti Liyani's lawyer crosses swords with deputy chief prosecutor in unprecedented compensation bid


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Ms Parti Liyani (left) and her lawyer Anil Balchandani arriving at the State Courts on Sep 8, 2020. (Photo: TODAY/Raj Nadarajan)
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SINGAPORE: In a full-day hearing on Friday (Apr 16), Ms Parti Liyani’s lawyer crossed swords with a deputy chief prosecutor in an unprecedented bid to seek a compensation order of S$73,100 for a “frivolous and vexatious” prosecution of Ms Parti.
Ms Parti, who returned to Indonesia in January, was convicted in March 2019 by a lower court of stealing items worth S$34,000 from then-Changi Airport Group chairman Liew Mun Leong and his family. 

Parti Liyani goes back to Indonesia after being cleared of theft, will return to Singapore for proceedings against prosecutors


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SINGAPORE: Ms Parti Liyani, former domestic helper to ex-Changi Airport Group chairman Liew Mun Leong, returned home to Indonesia on Wednesday (Jan 27), and will return to Singapore ahead of ongoing proceedings into the prosecutors in her case of alleged theft.

Acquitted maid Parti Liyani goes home 4 years after her ordeal


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The case of Parti Liyani (third from left) attracted public interest and led to a nine-hour parliamentary debate over the criminal justice system. PHOTO: GRACE BAEY
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Former domestic worker Parti Liyani has flown home to Indonesia after about four years here on a Special Pass while she fought a theft conviction that eventually got overturned.
The 46-year-old flew back home yesterday morning, according to a Facebook post by Ms Stephanie Chok, an independent researcher who was previously a manager at the Humanitarian Organisation for Migration Economics (Home).

Lessons from Parti Liyani case: AG says imperfections in 2020 exposed AGC to 'intense scrutiny and criticism'


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The legal year opened on Monday (Jan 11) with reflections on past cases including Parti Liyani's, with the Attorney-General acknowledging that there were "imperfections in the past year" that exposed the Attorney-General's Chambers (AGC) to intense scrutiny and criticism. Farez Juraimi with more.
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The legal year opened on Monday (Jan 11) with reflections on past cases including Parti Liyani's, with the Attorney-General acknowledging that there were "imperfections in the past year" that exposed the Attorney-General's Chambers (AGC) to intense scrutiny and criticism. Farez Juraimi with more.
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