Singapore has a stronger case

In the editorial page of the Straits Times today Andy Ho wrote an article on the legal arguments in Hague. He concluded, like all Singaporeans, that Singapore had a stronger case. With selective hearing and vested interests of course. And this is bad. We owned the islands for more than 130 years and we only have a stronger case to retain it. We should be in a position to say there is no case. A stronger case can still lose and we stand to lose ownership of the islands. I am getting jittery.


Anonymous said...

Erh, what else can he say? But it makes no difference to the people at the Hague.

Speedwing said...

I think is is not too helpful speculating on the outcome of the case. Both sides have presented their argument so lets wait for the verdict.