A netizen asks Madam President to look into bigger local issues such as train breakdowns, as it is affecting the daily lives of Singaporeans. She said she has to resort to taking premium buses and taxis just to avoid these delays.
Now only after the undeserving Halimah Yacob has been selected and installed as the President then Tharman comes out to say that he "would have preferred a contest". Why didn't he voice out his opinion before or during the "nomination day"?
SDP's Damanhuri Bin Abas was critical of the Government again in light of the Elected Presidency. He suggested more democracy, less control, and hoped it will listen to the people's voices. Does it make sense to you?
Sylvia Lim of the Workers' Party has re-filed a notice to speak on an adjournment motion on the topic "Counting from President Wee Kim Wee or President Ong Teng Cheong for Reserved Presidential Election - Policy Decision or Legal Question?"
Our reader is unhappy that she has to give up her Singapore citizenship for a New Zealand one, having lived there for 20 years with her lesbian partner. She thinks it's a move to deny her vote as the government is becoming more 'fundamentalist'.
Who cares about the humble living? As a President, Halimah Yacob should accept all the good and bad that goes along with the job, including moving out of her jumbo flat. Who can afford 'humble living' in a penthouse anyway?
SDP's Bryan Lim assured netizens he will let the public know how PAP has time and again altered laws to its political advantage. He thinks it is PAP's loss if SDP loses the lawsuit too, as it shows the failure of its GRC system.
Although Singaporeans are unhappy about the controversial decision to allow Halimah Yacob to become President of Singapore in a walkover election, many netizens did not take kindly to the kind of reception Madam Halimah Yacob's appointment received in China.
Ex-NMP Calvin Cheng said the EP was fair and square and blamed people for slamming Halimah's race or using the #NotMyPresident hashtag. He thinks everyone must respect the result especially because she conducted herself with dignity.