Singaporeans took to Internet websites and Facebook pages to criticise the verdict, prompting the Attorney-General's Chambers (AGC) to issue letters asking for an apology and that the postings be taken down.
What does AGC stand for?
AGC stands for Attorney-General's Chambers (Singapore)
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- Associated General Contractors of America
- Associated Gospel Churches
- Association Généalogique de la Charente (French: Charente Genealogical Association; Cherente, France)
- Association of Global Custodians (bank group)
- Association of Graphic Communications
- At a Glance Chapter
- Atari Games Corp.
- Atlantic Gulf Communities
- Attack Group Commander
- Attorney Grievance Commission
- Atypical Glandular Cells
- Audiographics Conferencing
- Ausclad Group of Companies (Perth, Australia)
- Australian Girls Choir (est. 1984)
- Australian Gold Council
- Automatic Gain Control
- Automatic Gain Control (US DoD)
- Automatic Gauge Control (steel industry)
- Automatic Generation Control (electric utilities; power systems)
- Automatic Guided Cart (material handling)
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The Malaysian man, who is thought to suffer from sporadic amnesia and was said to be a former employee of an aircraft cleaning firm, was released pending a decision from the Attorney-General's Chambers, reports the Associated Press.
Singaporean Abdul Haleem Abdul Karim, 30, was saved from the gallows because he was a mere courier and assisted the police in disrupting the activities of drug traffickers, the Attorney-General's Chambers (AGC) said.
The new committee is to be headed by a top official from the Ministry of Transport, and will include representatives from the Singapore Tourism Board, Economic Development Board, International Enterprise Singapore, Attorney-General's Chambers and the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, reported Reuters.