Masagos Zulkifli

RACE AND RELIGION ISSUES TO BE KEPT AWAY FROM PUBLIC EYE. GOVT WILL TELL YOU WHAT TO DO

Now, everyone will be talking about this, everyone will have their own opinions, everyone will have their own camps, be it WP or the Government. At the end of the day, it is not who is right, or who is wrong in the exchange in Parliament yesterday. It is about the general public now waking up again to race and religion issues, thanks to the very exchange in Parliament. You make a mountain out of a molehill, now it becomes a monster that will be hard to keep down. Well done!

So, the narrative is the same. All issues that government not comfortable with the public discussing, or the government have no ready answers with, keep them away from public. Government will tell you all what to do, and you do. No questions asked.

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IF ELECTED MP & MINISTERS CANNOT RAISE & DISCUSS SENSITIVE ISSUES, PAY THEM MILLION DOLLAR SALARY FOR WHAT?

Responding to PAP Minister Masagos Zulkifli's criticism of WP MP Faisal Manap for repeatedly raising the tudung issue in Parliament and causing division in Singapore, netizen Didi Dada asked if an MP or a Minister's job is not to bring up and discuss sensitive issues in Parliament then what do the taxpayers in Singapore pay them million dollar salary for?

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PAP MINISTER SLAMS WP FAISAL MANAP FOR RAISING SENSITIVE ISSUES THAT DIVIDE S'PORE

In Parliament yesterday, Water Resource Minister Masagos Zulkifli slammed WP MP Faisal Manap's habit of raising divisive issues within the Malay Muslim community in Parliament. Masagos claims that in doing so, Mr Faisal Manap was raising the temperatures and making the complex issues much harder to solve due to his high profile championing of such issues. Masagos criticized the WP MP after Manap called for Muslim nurses and uniformed officers to be allowed to wear the headscarf or tudung to the secular workplace. He asked when Singapore would do so when other nations like Australia and Britain had already done so.

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WATER MINISTER MASAGOS INCREASES WATER PRICE DUE TO LESS RELIABLE WEATHER

PAP Minister for Environment and Water Resources Masagos Zulkifli has announced that water prices will be revised upwards this year due to anticipated higher costs of producing water and the need to price water right in view of the less reliable weather. All hail PAP for living up to its moniker of Pay and Pay and Pay!

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SINGAPORE GOVERNMENT CONTINUES TO ASSIST PALESTINE

SINGAPORE will continue to help the Palestinians in their nation-building efforts by training their officials in such areas as public finance and administration. About 150 Palestinian officials have been trained in Singapore since 1996 and the numbers are set to rise in the next four years, Senior Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and Home Affairs Masagos Zulkifli told reporters on Wednesday.

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S'PORE COMMITS TO PROVIDE PALESTINE WITH $5 MILLION DOLLARS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PACKAGE

The Republic will contribute US$100,000 (S$127,300) to UNICEF’s Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Cluster fund to provide clean water and sanitation in Gaza, Senior Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and Home Affairs Masagos Zulkifli said on Sunday (Oct 12). Mr Masagos also reiterated Singapore’s commitment to support the Palestinian National Authority’s capacity-building efforts through an enhanced technical assistance package – worth S$5 million over five years – that was announced in 2013

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