Close of Public Consultation on Proposed Amendments to the Public Entertainments and Meetings Act (“PEMA”)
22 August 2014
MDA has issued the Closing Note to the Public Consultation on Proposed Amendments to the PEMA.
MDA would like to thank all respondents for their submissions and feedback.
Please refer to the links below for the relevant materials:
1. Closing Note to Public Consultation on Proposed Amendments to the PEMA (585.11KB)
2. Annex A - Tabulated summary of submissions and feedback (301.95KB)
3. Annex B - Full text of the submissions received
- Arts Engage and listed signatories (544.14KB)
- Touch Community Services (1.09MB)
- Individual respondents (260.30KB)
Public Consultation on Proposed Amendments to the PEMA
12 May 2014
MDA is conducting public consultation on its proposed amendments to the Public Entertainments and Meetings Act (PEMA) to forge a co-regulatory partnership with the arts sectors.
A key objective of these amendments is to spur co-regulation by empowering arts entertainment event organisers to provide classification ratings for their own performances, such as plays, musicals and concerts, while being mindful of community standards and expectations. MDA is also proposing to update its regulatory powers, while ensuring the relevance of the legislation through administrative amendments.
A copy of the public consultation paper is available [here] (969.96KB)
MDA invites interested parties to submit written comments on our proposals. Organisations submitting your comments can refer to page 21 of the consultation paper on the format requirements. Individuals may respond by email, but should include their full names and contact numbers in the response.
All responses should be submitted to MDA by 5pm, 30 May 2014, and addressed to:
Ms Lee Ee Jia
Media Development Authority of Singapore
(Attention: Ms Grace Leong)
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