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Singapore’s Contentious Foreign Interference Law Set to Kick In

A controversial Singapore law that aims to prevent foreign entities or individuals from influencing politics in the country will come into effect from Thursday. 

The provisions of Foreign Interference (Countermeasures) Act to curb foreign interference via hostile information campaigns will take effect from July 7, according to a statement from the Ministry of Home Affairs. Provisions to thwart foreign interference via local proxies will come into force at a later stage.