Pink Dot Rally Welcomes Advisory

This Thursday the Pink Dot Rally organizers announced that they welcome the police advisory and the spokesperson for the Pink Dot Organising Committee released a full statement which reflected that the accepted the advisory and have no problem in staying within the legal boundaries.

The statement said: “Pink Dot welcomes the Police’s advisory related to Pink Dot 2014, which is set to take place on Saturday, June 28, 2014, at Speakers’ Corner at Hong Lim Park. Pink Dot strives to be an all-inclusive event that celebrates diversity and the freedom to love in a peaceful, positive manner. Over the past five years, we have endeavored to stay within the law, and acceded to the rules and regulations of the Speakers’ Corner, without incident. This year’s event will be no different. We have taken all measures to ensure a good event experience for our participants and community partners. These include deploying over a hundred volunteers to manage crowds and help to keep the park clean; first aid teams and doctors are on standby; and for the first time, security personnel will be deployed to assist our crews with crowd control and to manage any unruly behavior taking place at the park.”

It further added: “Pink Dot remains an event that welcomes one and all to share in our common love for one another, and our common love for Singapore. We invite all Singaporeans who support the Freedom to Love to join us in a peaceful expression of inclusivity, meet with community groups that are doing their part to support Singapore’s LGBT community, listen to members of the community voice their thoughts on a range of topics, and enjoy a concert by our local talents.”


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