Tag Archives: Ministers

GE2015: ARE PAP MINISTERS DESERVING OF THEIR MILLION DOLLAR SALARIES?

The high ministerial pay will definitely be a hot issue in the GE. While some may still harbor the thought of higher pay for the ministers, since they have not have any increase for many years and in fact suffered a decrease, while in the corporate world the honchos are getting more millions, how can the situation be acceptable?

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ALL S’PORE MINISTERS MUST TAKE THE MRT DAILY UNTIL BREAKDOWNS STOP HAPPENING

Honestly enough is enough! Today is the worst MRT breakdown in Singapore history! The 2 main NS and EW lines broke down at the same time. The only way to solve this problem is for all the car driving Ministers in Singapore to take the MRT for their daily commute. When their own butts are on the line, they will pressure, hound and chase after SMRT to get their act together. Only then will all these fucking ridiculous breakdowns stop happening.

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SINGAPOREANS SHOULD GET THE POWER TO DECIDE MINISTERIAL SALARIES

I believe that one should not have a system where salaries are determined by oneself, or where a small group of selected individuals determine each others’ salaries at the top. It will lead to the situation where the small group of individuals cares only about the well being of each other and other special-interests groups and not the well-being of the masses below. This is what I believe is happening in Singapore today.

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DPM Teo Chee Hean says S’pore needs Ministers and MPs of the highest quality

The scenario of public servants running rings around hapless ministers may be amusing in fiction, but it is something Singapore must avoid, said Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean in Parliament on Thursday. On Tuesday, Ms Denise Phua (Moulmein-Kallang GRC) had warned of that scenario, depicted in the British political comedy Yes, Prime Minister. "The reality, however, should it come to pass, will not give rise to much mirth," said Mr Teo, who is the Minister in charge of the Civil Service.

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Are our Ministers and Generals really scholars?

I continue to be amused by the word “Scholar” being used freely in social media, including TRE, whenever reference is made to our ministers and generals, especially those who were educated at taxpayers’ expense through scholarships. None of them deserve the accolade as none of them were or are scholars.

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