Daily Archives: 2011-05-23

False identities and disloyalties
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Last updated on October 20th, 2015 at 11:18 pmElaine Ong / The voice of the electorate at the recent General Election resounded loud and clear to the ruling party and indeed, some observers claim that politically, the population has come of age. I Read More

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Another potential problem with the GRC
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Andy Loh/ Much has been said about how the GRC system has failed because it has seen the exit of able politicians and the entry of politicians who were considered less than able. However, this is not the only failing of the GRC system. The GRC Read More

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NSP sec gen weighs in on Nicole Seah controversy
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Last updated on October 20th, 2015 at 11:18 pmAndrew Loh / The following is an excerpt from Mr Goh Meng Seng’s blog, Singapore Alternatives. In his latest post, Mr Goh, who is also the secretary general of the National Solidarity Party, weighs in Read More

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PAP Transformation Series – 12 Suggestions to reform healthcare
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Leong Sze Hian “Nothing’s sacrosanct in Government review of policies.” – PM Lee Hsien Loong. I refer to the article “’Improve affordability, accessibility and adequacy of healthcare’” (Today, May 21) . I would like to applaud the Prime Minister for his bold changes to Read More

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PAP Transformation Series – 13 suggestions to transform the CPF
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Last updated on October 19th, 2015 at 06:56 pmLeong Sze Hian, Alex Lew / “Nothing’s sacrosanct in Government review of policies.” – PM Lee Hsien Loong. I refer to the articles “Tharman open to ideas, say economists” and “Big change, great expectations” (ST, Read More

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PAP Transformation Series – 18 suggestions to reform HDB
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Last updated on October 19th, 2015 at 06:56 pmLeong Sze Hian, Alex Lew / “Nothing’s sacrosanct in Government review of policies.” – PM Lee Hsien Loong. I would like to applaud the Prime Minister for his bold changes to the cabinet. I believe Read More

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One year after assault, investigations still ongoing?
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Andrew Loh / On 11 April last year, three friends tried to help a taxi driver who was being heckled and assaulted by a group of four Caucasian men at the taxi stand at Suntec City Tower 5. Instead, the three do-gooders were Read More

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A macro outlook on the Singapore property market
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Chua Soon Hock / Despite a number of cooling measures from the government in the past year, the Singapore property market continues to be strong, hitting all-time high in prices. A recent prime condo traded at new record high of $5,842psf. This resilience Read More

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RP’s Response to Setting Up of Committee to Review Ministerial Pay
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PRESS RELEASE 22/05/2011 The Reform Party’s Response to Setting Up of Committee to Review Ministerial Pay The Reform Party notes the news that the PM has set up a committee to review Ministerial salaries, to be headed by the chairman of the National Read More

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