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PAP Says Public Trust Is Important, But Is It Already Eroded?

PAP Says Public Trust Is Important, But Is It Already Eroded?

Consider this. Each year, the AGO report finds multiple lapses across ministries they audit. Alarming, recurring lapses were found in many ministries. These issues identified will either compromise the governance of these organisations or involved questions on how millions of taxpayers money are spent. But, was anything other than hand slapping done by the government? Was there any decisive action taken, such as the one where Parliament unanimously voted for the WP MPs to be recused from AHTC's financial decision making?

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POFMA: 4 Strikes By 4 Different Ministers, PAP's New Toy Is Doing Well

POFMA: 4 Strikes By 4 Different Ministers, PAP's New Toy Is Doing Well

All four POFMA issued by different Ministers, is this what the government mean when they want to wish Singaporeans a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year? It does seem like the POFMA is now the shiny new toy for the Ministers themselves were given to fix the opposition. And for the PAP at least, it is turning out to be the best Xmas gift they can be given, ahead of the next, upcoming, General Election.

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Pritam Singh: Courts, Not Ministers, Should Be Decision Makers In Fake News Bill

Pritam Singh: Courts, Not Ministers, Should Be Decision Makers In Fake News Bill

Workers Party Secretary-General and MP for Aljunied, Pritam Singh, said in Parliament that the WP opposes the Fake News Bill, and reiterated their stand that the Courts, and not Ministers, should be the decision maker of Fake News. He also said that there is a genuine sense among Singaporeans that this Bill can easily be abused in the wrong hands.

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Singaporean Filmmaker Posted Open Letter To Ministers, Wants Them To Clarify Definition Of Falsehoods

Singaporean filmmaker Martyn See posted an open letter to ministers in asking them to clarify what are deemed falsehoods and what are not. Will the PAPigs address the issue so that Singaporeans can be better informed? If they ignore it, who can be certain that they will not use it arbitrarily?

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NETIZEN ASKS WHO IS THE SMARTEST & MOST CAPABLE MINISTER IN S'PORE

Probably a controversial question with all the government hate around here but well, you can't deny the SG government isnt pragmatic and capable in what they do. So just to be objective for once, which current minister do you think would probably be the most smartest, or capable, person in the government body right now? I'm just curious.

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A CITIZEN'S EYE OPENING EXPERIENCE IN PARLIAMENT

As highly paid MPs and ministers, how seriously do they take their attendance and participation in Parliament, especially for a session where the PM calls for the MPs to actively debate about the possible abuses of organs of state? The MPs bow in the direction of the Speaker of Parliament when they enter and leave the chambers. Some will say what is more important is how they actually contribute in Parliament and represent the people.

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LEONG SZE HIAN: IF OXLEY RD ACCUSATIONS ARE BASELESS, WHY SO MANY MINISTERS DEFENDING PM LEE?

If indeed, and since all the allegations are “baseless” with “no evidence” – why did so many members of Government take to social media and the mainstream media, to make their own counter “baseless” allegations with “no evidence”? Is it not below the dignity of the Government to resort to such tactics and actions?

Why did we consume so much of everything in the last two weeks or so, to damage Singapore’s reputation internationally, given that the allegations are “baseless” and with “no evidence”? Whilst allegations of conflicts of interest may be subjective – arguably, the actions of those alleged may be crystal clear!

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HUMAN RIGHTS LAWYER SAYS SORRY FOR IMPLYING MINISTERS ARE ONLY AFTER FINANCIAL WEALTH

Lawyer and death penalty critic Eugene Thuraisingam has apologised in court yesterday for making statements that were in contempt of court. He previously implied that ministers turn a blind eye to death penalty laws in Singapore because they are only after financial gains. His Facebook post was a response to Ridzuan's death sentence as the man was found guilty of trafficking heroin. The lawyer acknowledged his mistake and insisted nobody forced him to apologise.

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