HENG SWEE KEAT

DPM Heng: We Have No Nepotism In Temasek And GIC

DPM Heng: We Have No Nepotism In Temasek And GIC

Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat, in a reply to a Swedish journalist who pressed him on how Singapore prevents nepotism associated with a one-party government, have strongly rebutted claims that nepotism exists, and cited the examples of Temasek and GIC.

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PM To Be Heng Says Govt And People Should Work Hand In Hand To Move SG Forward

PM To Be Heng Says Govt And People Should Work Hand In Hand To Move SG Forward

Newly appointed DPM and PM-in-waiting Heng Swee Keat says that he is contemplating whether or not Singapore should continue with the very "constructive politics" that have been employed for the past 50 years. He also said that global and tech savvy Singaporeans represents the way forward and that the government will do well to harness these talent in order to move Singapore forward into the future.

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Heng: Singaporeans Not Ready For Minorities Race PM

Heng: Singaporeans Not Ready For Minorities Race PM

Heng Swee Keat has gone on record as openly saying that Singaporeans are not ready to accept a minority raced candidate as their Prime Minister. This, despite 53 years of nation building, emphasizing the point that Singapore is a multi-racial society. And despite the fact that it was Heng's own party who decided a Malay President should be at the forefront of Singapore itself.

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RAISING OF TAXES IS INEVITABLE, 70% VOTED FOR THIS

But investments and social spending are costly, and the Government must make sure it can afford them, he said. Speaking to about 2,000 activists at the PAP convention, Mr Lee said that while Singapore has enough revenue for this term of Government, spending has been going up and must rise further. And as Singapore’s spending needs grow, he stressed that Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat was right when he said that raising taxes is not a matter of whether, but when.

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ACTIVISTS TO ORGANIZE PROTEST AGAINST WATER PRICE HIKE @ HONG LIM

When finance minister Mr Heng Swee Kiat went to deliver the budget speech in Parliament, many people were relieved to know that the minister has finally recovered from his horrible stroke and ready to serve the country again. But the welcoming relief soon turned to shock as the minister drops a bombshell by announcing a 30% price hike in our water pricing.

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HENG SWEE KEAT BACK TO WORK AGAIN

Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat, widely rumoured to be in the running for the prime minister position before suffer a stroke in May, has returned to office.

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