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GE2020: Sudden Resignation By Three PAP Ex-Heavyweights

GE2020: Sudden Resignation By Three PAP Heavyweights

Even as Singapore's political parties are preparing for GE2020, three People's Action Party (PAP) members announced their resignation with less than a week to Nomination Day (30 June). The three ex-heavyweights millionaires are Yaacob Ibrahim, Goh Chok Tong and Khaw Boon Wan, who were all once Cabinet Ministers. As these men bid farewell to politics, let us remember them for some of their more memorable quotes.

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Khaw Boon Wan: Get Ready For Higher Transport Fares To Alleviate Public Transport Subsidies

Khaw Boon Wan: Get Ready For Higher Transport Fares To Alleviate Public Transport Subsidies

It has already begun. Singaporeans have not even began to enjoy their GST gift from the government, news of rising cost for Singaporeans have hit the news. Transport Minister and Henry Thia lookalike Khaw Boon Wan said in Parliament on Monday with a straight face that the government is currently subsidizing 30% of public transport operations, and that Singaporeans should expect higher fares for public transport to keep subsidies in check.

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KHAW: SHOW APPRECIATION TO PUBLIC TRANSPORT WORKERS WHO ARE OVERWORKED

Khaw Boon Wan said the failure of SMRT staff in the flooding incident have made the good work of others go to waste. He said it has tarnished Singapore's reputation but encouraged commuters to show appreciation to public transport workers whenever they can.

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NEW DOWNTOWN LINE BETTER NOT BE FAULTY SINCE IT'S NOT BUILT 'DUE TO POLITICAL PRESSURE'

Our reader mocks the PAP for building Bukit Panjang LRT due to political pressure and wonders if the same is true for the upcoming Downtown Line. "As a Minister, Khaw has failed miserably. It seems he only knows ow to blame everyone else except himself".

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MORE PEOPLE UNHAPPY WITH MRT SERVICES ACCORDING TO SURVEY DONE

In news that surprised no one, commuters' satisfaction with the MRT services fell sharply around the time the signalling test began during weekdays back in May.

The same study also revealed that commuters were far happier with bus and taxi services, and even the often broken down Bukit Panjang LRT line. This was a mighty embarrassment for the MRT system, and in particular Minister Khaw. He has kept on insisting that rail line reliability have been improving under his watch.

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