Daily Archives: 2017-09-10

Elected presidency shows leaders as being further distanced away from the ground
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by Dr Ang Yong Guan Minister Chan Chun Sing said that he was being inspired by what Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong had said to him about carrying out the reserved Elected Presdiency now rather than wait till later because “we may not Read More

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Opposition is trying very hard; lack of democratic freedoms is the problem
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By Eugene Yeo Armchair critic? While I respect your opinions in a democratic country, I beg to differ. Think about this. After you voted for the PAP, what have they done for you? While you are in your own armchair, do you know Read More

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Where is the opposition?
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By Matherson Andrews Soon it’s going to be two years since we last had a general election. Between this time and now, a lot of issues have cropped up in Singapore—from the 38 Oxley Road saga to increased train delays as the government Read More

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Presidential candidates must be willing to check abuse of power and vet appointment of judicial officers
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By Yap Jin Ming I feel there are 4 hot pressing issues that the aspiring candidates must address, in order to truly unify the people or end up like the lameduck previous President who is not remembered for anything. 1. Social inequality and Read More

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