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Covid19: Ho Ching Justifies Govt Mishandling of Covid By Saying that Other Countries Also Made Same Mistake

Mrs Prime Minister, we never put words in your mouth. You were the one who said that the government is "now paying a price for that call, bcos we underestimated the covid and used a sars lens". Then now you try to justify that mistake by saying that it's not only the 4G leadership who made the mistake but the whole world also. Madam, why can't the government admit they make mistake?

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Covid19: Ho Ching Says 4G Leadership Underestimated the Virus and Made Mistakes in Recalling Singaporeans Back

PM Lee Hsien Loong wife now ownself admit that the government made a mistake in recalling Singaporeans back home when they saw the numbers of infected people spiking overseas. This mistake was further compounded by the fact that the government allowed these returnees to go home with only stay home notices, meaning that those with the virus could potentially go on to infect other members of their households and the entire society at large.

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IS SINGAPORE’S OUT OF THE WORLD MINISTERIAL SALARY WORTH PRESERVING?

One of the most controversial policies of LKY must be the high minister salary that he introduced as a compelling must do thing in his time. He made such a ‘convincing’ case for it that there was hardly anyone opposing to it. The country needs the best men and women in political leadership. The country is so big, the job is so big, the salary must be so big also or else no good men or women who need big money to satisfy their ego would want to serve the country.

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Ketchum Survey: Singaporeans say men better leaders than women

Majority of Singaporeans believe that male leaders will be more capable than their female counterparts in leading the country over the next five years, according to a new study released today (May 22). The annual Ketchum Leadership Communication Monitor said three in four Singaporeans believe male leaders are ahead of female leaders in key attributes such as leading by example, admitting mistakes, and handling controversial issues calmly and confidently. About 83 per cent of the 500 Singaporeans polled also said men are best at making tough decisions, while 77 per cent said men provide a clear overall, long-term vision.

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