Tag Archives: Chee Hong Tat

PAP MINISTER: NAIVE TO THINK CHINA WILL STOP INVESTING IN OTHER COUNTRIES IF S’PORE ALIGNS CLOSER WITH IT

Senior Minister of State Chee Hong Tat slammed critics who believe that by aligning Singapore closer with China, China would stop investing in projects in neighbouring Malaysia and Indonesia which would hurt Singapore's prospects. He said these people are drawing a simplistic and flawed conclusion. He said that even if Singapore aligns itself closely with China, Beijing would continue making investments in ASEAN to enhance its connectivity and protect its energy security which are based on China's national interests.

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PAP’S CHEE HONG TAT: NO ATTEMPTS BY MOH TO COVER UP ZIKA CASES

Some people have been wondering why the number of locally transmitted #Zika cases increased from 1 case on 27 Aug to 41 cases on 28 Aug. A few even asked if there had been attempts to cover up these cases. This is certainly not true. My colleagues in Ministry of Health and National Environment Agency - NEA have been working hard over the past few days to provide timely updates on the latest developments and to coordinate with residents, community leaders and healthcare professionals on the follow-up actions.

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CHEE HONG TAT: WP MPS ARE ONLY FULL OF SOUND & FURY UNLIKE NMPS WHO GIVE SUBSTANCE TO DEBATE

The WP MPs and NCMPs were full of sound and fury. Even after the Law Minister clarified the government’s position and provided clear answers to their questions, the WP insisted on sticking to their own mistaken interpretation of the Bill. In the end, they chose to vote against the Bill. The WP could have proposed any number of amendments if they wanted to improve the Bill. But they didn't suggest a single amendment. So it makes me wonder, what is the WP really trying to achieve?

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WAS PAP’S CHEE HONG TAT BEING AN OVER-ZEALOUS TARZAN ON NOMINATION DAY?

As PAP team anchor Dr Ng Eng Hen was giving his nomination speech at RI Nomination Centre, Mr Chee seemed so over-excitable that he raised his right arm and initially showed a clenched fist to the WP side of the crowd. As I looked up and saw Mr Chee’s right arm raised with clenched fist thrusting in my direction and what appeared to be a snarling face, I was quite taken aback, and I remarked to others around me that this was highly inappropriate. Did he think he was Tarzan?

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SENIOR CIVIL SERVANT CHEE HONG TAT RESIGNS TO CONTEST IN GE2015

The second Permanent Secretary for Trade and Industry Chee Hong Tat submitted his resignation and his last day at work is on 11 August 2015. This is a sign that he Mr Chee is likely to enter politics in the coming elections. Public servants are required to resign before they are allowed to enter politics.

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