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WHY IS THE GOVT SO INCONSISTENT ABT MINORITY REPRESENTATION?

How is it that when it comes to the presidency, they tell us that we need to ensure minority-race representation, but they do not have the same requirements for the prime ministership?

And while they created the GRC precisely to have minority-race representation, Chan Chun Sing now says there is no need to hold a by-election if a minority-race MP steps down from a GRC, leaving the GRC with an all-Chinese slate of MPs.

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SDP: PAP'S ELECTED PRESIDENCY CHANGE A BLATANT POLITICAL MOVE

In his Parliamentary address, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong pointed out the reason for reserving the 2017 Elected Presidency (EP) for a Malay candidate: To promote a multiracial, equal and harmonious society, gradually enlarging the shared Singaporean identity while celebrating different cultures and faiths.

Singaporeans see through the rhetoric.

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REVIEW OF LINDEN FURNELL'S GIG AT TIMBRE'S BARBERSHOP

Linden Furnell is no stranger to the musical theatre scene in Singapore. The Australian had studied in La Salle, worked in various local productions such as A Singaporean in Paris, Next to Normal, and City Gym, and picked up a decent amount of Singlish to pass him off as a local.

This gig at Timbre’s Barbershop will be the last one in Singapore that he will be having for a while as he prepares to tour as a cast member of Kink Boots for about a year and a half.

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