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DID POLICE TOP DOG AC MELVIN YONG BREACH THE CIVIL SERVANT’S CODE OF CONDUCT?

The Straits Times had earlier reported that the Singapore Police Force (SPF) has confirmed AC Yong’s last day of work is co-incidentally today, 16 August [Link]. In other words, AC Yong is still a civil servant up until 2359 hours today. Since AC Yong is still a civil servant today, do you think he has breached the Code of Conduct laid down by PSD, by clearly participating in a political walkabout together with PAP politician Chan Chun Sing?

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THOUSANDS OF CIVIL SERVANTS GET AT LEAST 5% PAY INCREMENT

It was reported earlier that more than 18,000 Home Team officers will receive salary increments of eight to 12 per cent in August to ensure their salaries remain competitive. These adjustments have now been extended to other groups of civil servants, including some ministry staff, as well as clerical and support staff in schools. Channel NewsAsia understands the adjustments are at least five per cent. The last time the Public Service Division (PSD) adjusted salaries to keep pace with the private sector was in February, 2012.

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