Who told you that piece of claptrap!?!restlessguy wrote:All I know is Singapore is clean and corruption-free. Could I be wrong?
Not a hope in hell of having that happen. One country will NOT interfere in another countries internal policies. Even the US will not interfere as it is none of their doing. When in Singapore, only the laws of Singapore matter. I think before you parrot other posters you should do some reading yourself.kimtaymour wrote:
How about your embassy or consulate if you try to seek somehelp I think they can interfere and do somehting.. where do you come from by the way?
Spot on! Those poor fools from my own country and others who decide to deal in drugs and other criminal activities would do well to remember that. When you break the law in a country only that country's law applies period.sundaymorningstaple wrote:One country will NOT interfere in another countries internal policies.
SMS if you know the reason behind it you wouldn't have said that.. a mtelling that from an expereince that hhapen to a country-mate out here in dubai.. a company terminated him and they wanted to ban him to work in the UAE completely he referend to the embassy and theembassy contact the ministry of labour (MOM - UAE version) and toether they wooped that companies ass....sundaymorningstaple wrote: I think before you parrot other posters you should do some reading yourself.
I doubt if anybody 'whooped anybody's ass' as you put it; more like the ministry of labour took steps to remain on good terms with the officials of the embassy, it's called diplomatic relations.kimtaymour wrote: he referend to the embassy and theembassy contact the ministry of labour (MOM - UAE version) and toether they wooped that companies ass....
restlessguy wrote:I recently found out that my ex-company filed a police case against me and that they give it to MOM. The funny thing about the case is that it states that I stole some documents or codes from them. I know I'm clean and that I have not stolen anything from them. Even the police officer told me that it's a common thing from employers especially when their guy is moving to an competitor. And the officer told mat if the case is true definitely they would have arrested me. What's worst is that he's skeptical on why MOM never liase with them. On the part of MOM they never even investigated, because probably they know there's nothing against me. But according to MOM unless my ex-company withdrew this case there's nothing they can do. It think it's unjust, why would MOM succumb to hearsay, I thought MOM should uphold justice and truth to this case. Then I remember then my ex-company boss told me that they know someone in MOM, could I be a victim of a partisan malpractice. All I know is Singapore is clean and corruption-free. Could I be wrong?
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