The King’s law offices in Singapore will reopen this week, the first time in three years that they will be open.
The King’s office in Singapore opened in March this year after a five-year hiatus, but its closure had led to a massive backlash on social media.
This week, it will reopen to all the public, with a sign-up sheet being handed out for people to sign up.
The sign-ups will be free, but registration is required.
The office will open at 1pm on Monday, and a sign up sheet will be handed out.
It will be the first of its kind for Singapore, which has been open to the public for more than two decades, said a senior executive of the King Edward VII Law Centre, a non-profit group that works to strengthen the King and other top officials.
The centre is also one of the few in the world to hold a public open meeting, with people able to see the King on Tuesday, July 19.
The law centre said the King has made the decision to reopen the office so that it can be open to all.
It said it is also hoping that it will open its doors to the media.
“It’s also important that people have a chance to visit the King as well,” said the executive, who declined to be named.
He added that the centre has also been working to provide basic services to its residents and to support them during this time.
The centre will also be giving away free legal advice.
The Royal Palace said on Monday that the King is also planning to meet with local residents during the open day.
In 2015, the King opened a number of law offices to allow Singaporeans to speak freely, but it was not until 2016 that he reopened them again.
It was also during that year that the number of lawyers and other legal professionals dropped significantly.
In 2017, the government said that only three out of 20 of the country’s law colleges were open, down from 20 per cent the year before.
However, many lawyers said that the closures in 2017 had been more than temporary.
Last month, the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) said that it would have to reopen all the law offices by 2026 to accommodate the increased number of people applying to take up jobs at the law centres.
NPA head Datuk Seri Heng Chee Meng said in a statement on Monday: “NPA will work to ensure the new offices remain open during this critical time in Singapore’s history.”