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[COMPLAIN] WHY PAP MPS ALSO DON’T USE PUBLIC HOSPITALS?

Recently, PAP MP Seah Kian Peng, who is also the Deputy Speaker of Parliament and CEO of NTUC Fairprice Co-op, was admitted to a hospital for an emergency operation to remove his gall bladder as it was swollen and on the verge of bursting. If I am not mistaken, looking at the furnishing and uniform of the staff, he went for the operation at a private hospital. I wonder if an average Singaporean is able to afford what Mr Seah did when faced with a similar situation? How much does it costs? And, as a public servant, is Mr Seah saying he is also not confident of public health care in such an emergency?

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I AM DISAPPOINTED WITH PAP MP DR INTAN AZURA

A few years back, my son was conned into signing for iPhone and later all the telcos went after him for subscription fee. He just turned 18 and the conman told him to sign for the iPhone while the conman pretended to be a surveyor looking at how the counter personnel perform, after which took the iPhone away from my son, saying that he will return the iPhone back, which of course the conman took them away for good. However, the conman got arrested after that. The telcos did not want to waive the subscription and insist that my son pay them in full even though we provided the arrest report.

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WP MP Lee Li Lian Schedules her Baby Delivery Only After MPS session

According to a Facebook post by her husband, Ms Lee worked until the eve of her delivery, turning up for her Meet-the-People Session (MPS) on Monday night (30 Jun). In fact, according to sources, Li Lian was advised to deliver her baby via cesarean section. She scheduled her delivery yesterday, 1 day after her MPS instead of before, so that she won’t miss Monday’s MPS.

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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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