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Covid19: S'poreans Frustrated Over MND's OneService App In Reporting People Who Flout CB Rules

I have encountered some difficulties to report breaching of Circuit Breaker Measures and I believe a lot of people are sharing the same frustration judging from the comments on the Google Play Store for the One Service App. Is the One Service App just a token gesture by the government to pretend to collect feedback from Singaporeans, when in actual fact, it is just for show and they can't be bothered to take real action with the feedback that was given to them?

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Covid19: Why AMDK Can Flout CB Rules But Sinkies Fined $300?

I exercise almost Everyday passing by Robertson walk n Kim Seng along Singapore river there's always a group of expats there mingling and drinking even saw an expat with his Son fishing there. I've never seen a safe distancing officer there b4 is it that they dare not offend them?

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Covid19: Sovereign Lady Defies CB Rules Again By Going Out Without Mask For Third Time

First she never wear her mask when going shopping for groceries at a wet market. Then a few days back, she again never wear her mask on at Shunfu mart and still can confront passerbys who advise her to wear her mask. Today, another photo of her has popped up on social media showing her going out buying food without a face mask again. Who does she think she is that she is above the law?

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Covid19: PAP MP Seah Kian Peng Continues His Walkabout Despite Stricter Circuit Breaker Measures

First we had PAP MP Chia Shi Lu, who went to Alexandra Village Food Center with potential PAP candidate Colonel Eric Chua to supposedly distribute masks to hawkers. Now we still have Seah Kian Peng who also break the rules by going to the market alone, claiming that he is a safe distancing ambassador, even though he never wear the proper Tshirt and still can hashtag #walkabout.

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CIVIL SERVANTS JOB NOT JUST TO FOLLOW BLINDLY, BUT ASK ON HOW THEY CAN IMPRORE THEM

In an interview with the local media, former head of the Civil Service, Mr Peter Ho insisted that Civil Servants' job is not just to follow rules, but also ask how to improve them. Peter Ho was the Head of Civil Service from 2005 to 2010.

Feel that this is another lip service, report coming out just placate civil servants for the very low performance bonus they got this month. They are telling you that you can work creatively and ask questions of your superiors, but at the end of the day, you are still a servant, and you will still be paid relatively low.

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AMOS YEE IS FREE - BUT GOVT HAS SERIOUS QUESTIONS TO ANSWER

The AGC’s discretionary prosecutorial decisions should be given greater scrutiny and questioning. Whatever it is, a government which applies the law inconsistently, and seemingly in a bias fashion, will create distrust in the legal and judicial system ultimately. Amos Yee should never have been charged at all. The charges against him are tenuous and ridiculous.

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