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“Save Vui Kong Campaign”,  KL & Selangor Chinese Assembly Hall,

1, Jalan Maharajalela, 50150 Kuala Lumpur

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Give Yong Vui Kong a Second Chance to Help Singapore’s Anti-Drug Trafficking Policy

To: The President of the Republic of Singapore, Mr S.R Nathan

We, the undersigned, appeal Your Excellency to exercise the powers conferred upon you pursuant to Article 22P of the Constitution of the Republic of Singapore (“the Constitution”), to grant pardon to Yong Vui Kong, a young Malaysian who has been convicted and sentenced to death.

1. We understand Singapore, like Malaysia, has a strict policy against drug trafficking which carries a mandatory death penalty. However, given that the Constitution allows clemency plea for persons sentenced to death means that no sentence of capital punishment is by default excluded from reconsideration for a second chance.

Singapore as a country that upholds the importance of due process and whose economic success is built on this principle must therefore ensure that every plea of clemency by person sentence to death must be duly considered. After the honourable Law Minister K Shanmugam’s controversial comments on the case, Singapore’s reputation for abiding legal process is now in question.

2. We believe granting Yong clemency is in line with Singapore’s interest including the strict policy against drug trafficking. His receiving clemency will not encourage more young persons to engage in the drug trade, as the honourable Law Minister suggests.

Yong is a changed person after his imprisonment. Finding a faith in Buddhism, he is using the remaining days of his life to counsel fellow inmates and also educate the general public on how drugs destroy life. Your Excellency’s decision on his clemency plea is therefore a judgment on whether more lives can be saved by ending one life or by allowing him the second chance to make good for the damage he has caused to society.

3. We urge Your Excellency to consider the character of Yong in assessing the good he may assist in Singapore’s war against drug trafficking. Yong is an honest person and owned up to what he had done. He even withdrew his appeal against the conviction and death sentence when it was first handed down by the High Court, on the false belief that by appealing, he has to lie in court. And when Yong was finally given the leave to appeal to the Court of Appeal, he chose to appeal only against the sentence and not the conviction. Granting him clemency will therefore not hurt the credibility of Singapore’s Judiciary or its anti-drug trafficking policy in anyway.

4. We urge Your Excellency to also consider his family background, not on the grounds that anyone who has lived a hard life deserves special consideration, but on the grounds that he can connect with those with similar life experiences that drug-trafficking is not the way out. He was brought up in poverty and had taken on odd jobs at an early age of 10. He received very little education and was left alone without any real guidance. These have eventually led him to the path that damages others’ lives. He now wants to live on so that he can tell others not to take the same wrong path and destroy others’ lives.

We sincerely appeal Your Excellency to grant Yong Vui Kong clemency to stop more people from taking his path. Death sentences of previous convicts had not prevented him from doing so. Yong telling the lesson he has learned with his life may.

We appeal for a second chance for Yong and earnestly hope that Your Excellency would consider our heartfelt plea for clemency.

The undersigned,

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给予杨伟光第二次机会以增强新加坡反毒品贩运政策

敬致:新加坡共和国总统纳丹先生

我们,在以下签署者,至诚恳求阁下行使新加坡共和国宪法第22P赋予您的权力(以下称“宪法”),赦免杨伟光,一位已被定罪并被判处死刑的马来西亚年轻公 民。

1. 我们非常清楚新加坡与马来西亚一样,在毒品贩运方面实行严格政策,亦即包括强制性死刑。然而,该宪法允许对死刑犯的特赦处理,意味着没有任何死刑判决应被 排除其被给予重新考量的第二次机会。

新加坡作为一个坚持正当程序的国家,其经济成就亦建立在此一坚持上,因此她必须确保每位死刑犯的求赦权得到慎重的考虑。在尊贵的法律部长山姆甘针对该案作 出具争议性的评论之后,新加坡坚守司法程序的信誉如今正面临考验。

2. 我们深信给予杨伟光特赦的举动将为新加坡带来益处,包括对毒品贩运的严格政策。他的得赦并不会如尊贵的法律部长所猜测的那般,将鼓励更多年轻人加入毒品交 易的行列。

杨伟光在被监禁之后已是革心之人。他在佛法中得启发,并将余生投入于辅导狱友及警惕群众有关于毒品的致命性危害。阁下对杨伟光的特赦决定将是攸关结束一条 生命能否挽回更多的生命,抑或给予他第二次机会去补偿他对社会带来的伤害。

3. 我们请求阁下慎重考量杨伟光的良好品格对新加坡反毒运动的协助。杨是一位诚实的人,他愿意承担他所犯下的错误。他甚至在高庭第一次下判他的死刑时拒绝做出 上诉,只因他误以为上诉意味着他需要在法庭内说谎。最后当他被允许到上诉庭上诉时,他选择了只对判决提出上诉,而不是针对定罪。因此,赦免他绝对不会伤害 新加坡司法的公信力或反毒品贩运政策。

4. 我们亦请求阁下考量他的家庭背景,这不代表困苦的人们拥有特殊考量的待遇,但他却可以让那些与他境遇相似的人明白,贩毒并不是唯一出路。他在穷困的环境中 成长并在十岁之幼龄就开始打零工。他得到的教育少得可怜并缺乏真正的引导。这一切将他引到了毁坏他人生活的途径上。但可幸的是他现在想要继续活着以便能够 告诉其他人切勿误入歧途以及毁掉他人的生活。

我们恳求阁下赦免杨伟光以便阻止更多人步上他的后尘。在他之前的死刑犯并没能阻止他走上这条路。杨伟光将会以他有生之年告诉世人他的所有体验与经历。

我们恳求给予杨伟光这关键的第二次机会并祈望阁下能考量他的赦免请求。

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Peluang kedua untuk Yong Vui Kong agar Dasar Anti-Dadah Singapura diperkasa

Kepada: Presiden Republik Singapura Mr S.R Nathan

Kami, yang menurunkan tandatangan berikut, memohon dengan ikhlas kepada Yang Mulia untuk melaksanakan kuasa yang diperuntukkan di bawah Artikel 22P Perlembagaan Repulik Singapura (“Perlembagaan” berikutnya), mengampunkan Yong Vui Kong, seorang warga muda Malaysia yang dijatuhkan hukuman mati.

1. Kami memahami bahawa Singapura mempunyai dasar yang tegas dalam usaha membanteras dadah, termasuk hukuman mati mandatori, sebagaimana yang berlaku di Malaysia. Namun demikian, pengampunan kepada pesalah yang dihukum mati, seperti yang diperuntukkan dalam Perlembagaan, membawa makna bahawa mana-mana hukuman mati yang dijatuhkan tidak dikecualikan daripada pertimbangan untuk memberi peluang kedua kepada pesalah.

Ketegasan Singapura untuk mematuhi prosedur menyumbang kepada kemantapan ekonominya. Jadi, ia wajib memastikan hak untuk mendapatkan pengampunan oleh setiap pesalah dipertimbangkan dengan sepenuhnya. Setelah Yang Berhormat Menteri Perundangan K Shanmugam’s mengeluarkan kenyataan yang membangkitkan kontroversi itu, reputasi sistem kehakiman Singapura yang mematuhi prosedur kini berdepan dengan persoalan.

2. Kami yakin pengampunan Yong Vui Kong sejajar dengan kepentingan Singapura, termasuk dasar yang tegas dalam membanteras pengedaran dadah. Pengampunan terhadap Yong tidak akan menggalakkan lebih ramai pemuda untuk melibatkan diri dalam pengedaran dadah, sebagaimana yang dikatakan oleh Yang Berhormat Menteri Perundangan.

Yong telah insaf dan bertaubat setelah dipenjarakan. Beliau kini mendapat kesedaran daripada anutan Buddha-nya. Beliau bersedia membimbing rakannya dalam penjara dan menyedarkan orang ramai tentang bahayanya dadah. Maka keputusan Yang Mulia untuk mengampunkan Yong atau tidak, adalah pilihan antara “untuk menyelamatkan lebih banyak nyawa dengan menamatkan satu nyawa”, dengan “memberi peluang kedua kepadanya untuk memperbetulkan kesalahan yang pernah dilakukannya kepada masyarakat”.

3. Kami memohon Yang Mulia mempertimbangkan sebaik-baiknya kelakuan Yong Vui Kong yang boleh membantu Singapura dalam usaha memerangi dadah. Yong seorang yang jujur dan sanggup menanggung akibat atas apa yang telah dilakukan. Malah, beliau enggan mengemukakan rayuan semasa Mahkamah Tinggi menjatuhkan hukuman mati pada kali pertamanya, kerana beliau telah tersalah anggap bahawa beliau perlu berbohong di mahkamah seandainya rayuan dikemukakan. Akhirnya setelah beliau dibenarkan untuk mengemukakan rayuan di Mahkamah Rayuan, beliau hanya merayu untuk mempertimbangkan semula hukuman, dan bukannya penghakiman bahawa dirinya bersalah. Oleh yang demikian, pengampunan terhadapnya tidak akan menjejaskan kredibiliti kehakiman atau dasar anti-dadah di Singapura.

4. Kami juga merayu agar Yang Mulia mempertimbangkan latar belakang keluarganya. Ini tidak bermakna orang yang miskin mempunyai layanan istimewa, tetapi kes beliau boleh menyedarkan orang yang berasal dari latar belakang yang sama, bahawa mengedar dadah bukan satu-satunya jalan keluar. Yong membesar dalam keadaan yang miskin, mula bekerja pada usia belasan tahun. Pendidikan yang diterimanya amatlah kurang, malah dibiarkan bersendirian tanpa bimbingan. Segala keadaan tersebut membawanya ke landasan yang membinasakan. Mujurlah, beliau kini ingin meneruskan hidupnya untuk memberitahu lebih ramai orang agar tidak terjerumus ke dalam gejala negatif dan memusnahkan hidup orang lain.

Kami merayu agar Yang Mulia mengampunkan Yong Vui Kong untuk menghalang ramai lagi yang menyusul jejak langkah seperti beliau. Hukuman mati yang sebelum ini gagal menghalang Yong daripada terjerumus ke landasan ini. Yong akan berkongsi pengajaran dan pengalamannya dengan yang lain sepanjang hidupnya.

Kami merayu kepada Yang Mulia untuk memberikan peluang kedua kepada Yong Vui Kong, dan menimbang rayuan pengampuannya.

Yang benar,

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46 Responses to Petition-请愿书-Rayuan

  1. Merson Saw says:

    I don’t know who is him, but it is very scary when seeing someone be put to dealth. He is still young! Please give him a chance.
    Thanks.

  2. Fiona Ng says:

    Please give this young guy a second chance to live and serve the community.

  3. Susan says:

    罪不至死吧!真的很年轻……就给一次机会不行吗?

  4. max chong says:

    I knew him since primary school.. he has been a good friend and he is a kind person, he deserve a 2nd chance and I do not want to loose this friend.

    • You’ve Known Vui Kong?
      If you really knew him….
      Please, I Live In America and have been campaigning for him here for weeks now.
      Spoke with Vui Fong trying to figure out what else I can do.
      Let me know what else I can do to save him.
      I have made it my Life’s mission to Save Kong’s Life and will not stop till He is okay. And I dont even know him in person! I dont have to, He has inspired me..
      More of my info, Why I feel so strongly about Him, His Life and His Case and what I have been working on.. Is on my Facebook, (Link above) .

  5. Sun St says:

    Pls give Yong Vui Kong a second chance. God bless.

  6. Sue says:

    判杨伟光的死罪, 倒不如抓出真正的主谋。 一个18岁的少年、没受到完整的教育,社会应该也要负起责任。更何况他只是一个别人的赚钱工具。判一个上错车的乘客,倒不如设法去抓那个开车的司机。

  7. agnes loh says:

    pls give yong vui kong a second chance.

  8. sandy yong says:

    pls save his life ! may god bless him.

  9. ng says:

    pls give him second chance.

  10. Wong Lu Kent says:

    阿弥陀佛。

  11. hii tin yen says:

    bagi peluang kpd dia pasti dia akan berubah..

  12. joanne says:

    人非圣贤。。孰能无过。。
    更何况是个年少无知的年轻人。。
    就这么牺牲一个无知的生命又有哪个曾经犯过错的人会过意的去。。。
    希望他能得到一个改过自新的机会~

  13. jerry says:

    人都会有做错事的时候,有谁能保证自己不犯错呢..更何况他是跟到一班坏朋友受他们影响..现在他都有心要改~~拜托就给他一次新的机会~~他还年轻~~

  14. lee man says:

    死刑无法解决问题,他~ 当时年轻天真 …..被害。。。。。

  15. gino says:

    pls save the life,give him one chance….pls…

  16. KuRo says:

    不需要这样吧??? 为了自己母亲的孩子…
    有必要这样赶尽杀绝吗…??? 他只是个刚满18的孩子…
    难道为了家人而一时的糊涂迷茫有必要用到死刑吗?!!!!
    法律原则就这么不懂亲情人性?!!!!!!

  17. daniel says:

    please forgive this vuikong…dont let him dead …everyone will wrong also…

  18. jenny liau says:

    please give YONG VUI KONG a second chance!! God Bless You.

  19. Save Vui Kong,please give him a second chance.thanks!

  20. kevin chin says:

    到底有没有人想过他为什么要去贩毒呢?他为了让他妈妈的日子过得更好吧了吗!那么孝顺的孩子…………….有必要用到死刑吗???就给他一次机会吧!!!

  21. ling says:

    LORD, HEAR MY PRAYER IN YOUR FAITHFULNESS AND RIGHTEOUSNESS DO NOT BRING YOUR SERVANT INTO JUDGEMENT, FOR NO ONE LIVING IS RIGHTTEOUS BEFORE U. MAY GOD BLESS YONG VUI KONG.

  22. Ling says:

    給一個有心悔改的人机会,縂好過判他死刑,给他一次机会吧
    讓他继续活着以便能够 告诉世人勿误入歧途。以便阻止更多人步上他的后尘。告诉世人他的体验与经历。

    pls give him a 2nd change

  23. SHENATAN says:

    人非圣贤。。孰能无过。。
    更何况是个年少无知的年轻人。。
    就这么牺牲一个无知的生命又有哪个曾经犯过错的人会过意的去。。。
    希望他能得到一个改过自新的机会~

  24. ivin liew says:

    真的要用死刑吗?我很希望新加坡总统可以给杨伟光一个机会。因为他还年轻。

  25. Chin Yee says:

    Death sentence cannot solve the ultimate problem, let him be the live example to remind the society.

  26. chysta says:

    请给他一次机会。

  27. Ring says:

    Pls give him 2nd chance ! Amitabha !

  28. sam says:

    The law is created to teach and change a person so that he will not repeat the same mistake in future. It has the stringent side as well as human side.

    But in this case Vui Kong has not been given a chance to change at all. I felt that it defeated the purpose of law. Just imagine you execute a teenage (between age 13 to 19) for ignorant offences. As you know the teen is not mature enough to differentiate what is right or wrong yet. ( Even an adult also make lots of serious offences, what about teen ? ).

    As I recalled my teen period, I have done a lot of wrong doing and don’t understand why I can did it at that time. You get what I meant ?

    Maybe we could ask the authority a question :
    Has he/she committed to any crime or wrongdoing out of ignorance before ( in this case, below 18 of age ) ?
    If so, did the person give him a chance to change ( or forgive ) or execute right away ( death sentence) ?
    If the first one, then he could live till today and successful.
    If the second one, then he won’t be what he is today because he already not in this world.

    God also give human race a chance to live even he is evil, otherwise all evil people will be executed right after he has done wrong and the world already peaceful at least few thousand years ago and laws are not needed anymore.

    Vui Kong is the first time offender, he deserve the chance to live and change, don’t you think so my fellow human on earth ?
    He look so innocent to me. Please give him a chance.

    God bless you long life Mr President.

  29. berry wong says:

    the sun shines again after the rain…….

  30. chuei says:

    请给伟光一个机会吧?做错事误信他人的话的他已有悔改的心。。。。。
    为何不给他一改过的机会呢?

  31. dino toh says:

    该再给他一次机会

  32. jin xiang says:

    谁能无过。。。
    给他一次机会吧。。。

  33. chen chieng eng says:

    Please give YONG VUI KONG a second chance .God Bless You!

  34. FeiYeh says:

    每个人做错了事情都因该给一次改过的机会。。。

  35. Blaze says:

    support u!don’t lose for u life!
    we r care for u! Do it!

  36. john su says:

    support u…give him 2nh c…………………………………………………

  37. john su says:

    suppout uu,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

  38. 吴阿迷 says:

    杀了杨伟光会解决新加坡的毒品问题吗? 一个年轻无知的小孩在短短的人生路途中只走错了一步,换来的是死刑,这是一个文明的行为吗? 为了要让全世界的人知道新加坡是个安分守己的国家,我们只能杀一个小生命来证明吗? 没错,杨伟光的确犯了一件大错误,他罪有应得,但我们不能以一个更文明的方式来惩罚和感化他吗?
    我并不提议新加坡政府无条件的解放杨伟光,新加坡政府应该以一个有人请味的方式来证明给全世界的人知道新加坡不是一个野蛮又不讲理的国家,惩罚杨伟光是必定的,但请运用一个文明而又有效的方式,比如;一个很长的感化过程, 行为良好来决定将来。 杨伟光只是一个迷途的小生命,让他有知错悔改的一天吧! 杀了一个生命,对大家都不好! 生命宝贵!

  39. evon says:

    再给他一次机会…
    Please give YONG VUI KONG a second chance …

  40. kenneth chew says:

    Please give him a second chance

  41. Hii's family says:

    Please giv him a change, he is still young!!

  42. Hii's family says:

    please giv him a second chance!!

  43. 请再给他一次机会吧。

  44. David says:

    Give him a chance to live in this world to correct his mistakes,why must take his life ?he is only 18 years old.There many ways to punish him.why why why must take his life?

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