Tag Archives: National Day Rally

PM LEE: GOVT TO HELP MADRASAHS STRENGTHEN SECULAR SUBJECTS

Speaking at the National Day Rally today, Mr Lee spoke about how Madrasahs play an important role in the Muslim religious community here in Singapore. He says that the Government is committed to helping madrasahs improve further especially in providing finances to schools to improve the teaching and learning of secular subjects.

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PM LEE: WORKERS CAN BE LEGALLY EMPLOYED UP TO AGE 67

Speaking at the National Day Rally today, Mr Lee Hsien Loong said that the government would be raising the re-employment age of elderly workers up to 67 years old. While netizens lauded the move to raise the legal re-employment age for workers, some netizens have expressed concern over whether this would eventually lead to an increase in the CPF retirement age.

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NDR 2015: LEE HSIEN LOONG’S FINAL SALES PITCH BEFORE GE2015

Like in most grand operas the finale or climax comes with the most visual glitter,sound and dramatic display of emotions with awe inspiring closure. Today 23rd of Aug 2015 while in the mid of the hungry ghost month, PM Lee Hsien Loong as long planned (months) his finale for his political survival and with full gimmickery to the maximum. WHAT koyol magic will LHL sell to safeguard his power and political survival?

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PAP TO ANNOUNCE ALL ELECTION CANDIDATES BEFORE AUG 23

The People’s Action Party will be announcing its entire slate of candidates for the coming General Election over the coming fortnight, before the National Day Rally takes place on Aug 23. The MPs who will retire before the GE will also be announced, said party Organising Secretary Dr Ng Eng Hen.

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1-YEAR PRIVATE DEGREES PROGRAMMES LACK QUALITY?

Therefore, I find it hard to comprehend what can be achieved from private degree programmes that can be completed in as short as a year. Even a junior college education, which prepares students for university, needs two years. A polytechnic education takes three years.

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[YOUR LETTERS] A PESSIMISTIC OUTLOOK FOR SINGAPORE?

I believe PM Lee is not confident that Singapore will have sufficient number of good paying jobs for our undergraduates who are going to join the work force a couple of years later with a heavy burden. With an uncertain global outlook, it is better to make the non-grads and grads compete against one another now to benefit the economy as much as possible before the tsunami hits.

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DIPLOMA AND ITE GRADUATES: ONE RACE TO THE TOP

What I’m saying is, if this country is serious about real shift in attitudes for diploma and ITE graduands, they should remove these glass ceilings and create rejuvenated energy for the climbing workers to move as high and as fast as they can! It is exciting to realise that you may have the ability to qualify for the position of a CEO or director!

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