Anyway, following is the letter from RSF which explains the state of press freedom in Singapore (original is here).
Prime Minister’s Office
1. Put a stop to the libel actions which you and your relatives have been bringing against Singaporean and foreign media that cover Singaporean developments in an independent manner. As the UN special rapporteur for freedom of expression recently said, the prime minister, his minister and high officials must refrain from suing journalists over their articles and comments.2. Amend the criminal code so as to abolish prison sentences for press offences.3. Amend the press law, especially the articles concerning the granting of publication licences. The current restrictions are preventing the emergence of independent media. The film law should also be relaxed.4. Reform the national security law so as to abolish administrative detention, which allows the authorities to imprison people because of what they think.5. Reform the Media Development Authority so that it is no longer able to censor and can solely make recommendations about TV programmes and films.6. Allow government opponents and civil society representatives unrestricted access to the public media.7. Guarantee the editorial independence of all the media owned by Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) and Media Corporation of Singapore (Mediacorp).8. Transfer the money that your family has obtained in damages from foreign and Singaporean news media to a support fund for imprisoned journalists that Reporters Without Borders proposes to set up.