Daily Archives: 2014-05-28

Lawyer M Ravi to represent blogger in legal process
By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 0

In continuation with the defamation lawsuit between Blogger Roy Ngerng Yi Ling and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. Lawyer M Ravi has confirmed with the law firm, Drew & Napier representing PM Lee that he will be accepting the service of process on Read More

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When the “alternative” voices are in need of a real alternative
By Howard Lee Published on by Howard Lee 0

By Howard Lee The ruling People’s Action Party and its supporters have persistently insisted that an opposition in Parliament does not necessarily lead to a more diverse debate and exchange of ideas in Parliament. They have always maintained that PAP Members of Parliament Read More

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CPF and beyond
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By Tan Cheng Bock The current heated discussion on CPF boils down to a question of a lack of public trust. Most Singaporeans have high expectations of realising some cash after their retirement. Changes made to the CPF and the constant reminder that Read More

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Education and Social Mobility
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Last updated on October 19th, 2015 at 05:39 pmSpeech by Yee Jenn Jong, NCMP (Workers’ Party) for debate on the President Speech 2014 (27 May 2014)   Madam Speaker, I will be speaking on education and social mobility. I wish to declare that Read More

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Civil society statement on racism and xenophobia
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Last updated on October 19th, 2015 at 04:19 pm12 organizations and 22 individuals have come together to issue a statement to highlight their concern over the surge of racism and xenophobia in Singapore. They state that these discriminatory attitudes pose a threat to human Read More

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MP Inderjit Singh’s Facebook Posting
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By Masked Crusader Member of Parliament, Inderjit Singh, made a heartfelt posting on his Facebook wall yesterday responding to the President’s speech given at the start of the second session of the 12th Parliament. The MP of Ang Mo Kio GRC (Group Representative Constituency), clearly having Read More

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Multiple Opposition Parties and Proportional Representation may be good for Singapore
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By Ariffin Sha Here are some lies we have been fed: Too many parties will dilute non-PAP votes, We’re too small for a coalition Government and We don’t have enough talent for a two-party system. Reading these comments on the news report about Read More

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When leaders apologise
By Andrew Loh Published on by Andrew Loh 0

Last updated on October 20th, 2015 at 11:12 pmWhen Member of Parliament (MP) Lim Wee Kiak retracted his comments in April about how Malaysia had handled the Flight MH370 incident, it was the MP’s third public embarrassment. In 2011 and 2013 he apologised Read More

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“Singapore Snaps” to chronicle life in Singapore with Animation
By Yasmeen Published on by Yasmeen 0

Last updated on October 20th, 2015 at 08:50 pmTo commemorate Singapore 50th birthday, artist Tan Wei Keong, Annette Heitmann, and Samantha Tio whose artwork has been featured in The Online Citizen, is bringing together a project that will involve the community to come Read More

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Recent Vandalism Cases – A Cause for Concern?
By Tiffany Gwee Published on by Tiffany Gwee 0

Last updated on October 1st, 2015 at 10:42 amBy Tiffany Gwee Words related to the recent talk about CPF had been found scribbled on a number of bus stop signs and pavements. Photos of the graffiti have been making their rounds on the internet. Read More

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