Supreme Court extends appointment of judge who threw out Tan Cheng Bock’s lawsuit against reserved PE2017
The Supreme Court has extended the appointment of High Court judge, Justice Quentin Loh, for another 3 years. The 67-year-old was supposed to retire this month after completing his two-year appointment which began in December 2015.
In a statement yesterday, the Supreme Court revealed that Justice Loh’s new term will begin from 25 December. It added that with the re-appointment of Justice Loh, the court will have a total of 21 judges, including the Chief Justice, four judicial commissioners, five senior judges and 12 international judges.
Justice Loh is perhaps most well-known in recent times for rejecting former presidential candidate Dr Tan Cheng Bock’s legal challenge against the reserved Presidential Election this year.
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