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A COMPLACENT GOVT IS DESTROYING SINGAPOREANS' VALUE

I agree with the remarks “An overly dominant ruling party faces dangers such as resistance to change and complacency”. In this connection, our nation’s greatest asset – our people – may be in the process of being destroyed – by the Government’s “resistance to change and complacency”. The widespread feeling of Singaporeans that their value in their own country is being diminished is perhaps manifested in the record numbers of Singaporeans living abroad.

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HOW CAN OUR PRESIDENT BE A CHECK ON THE GVT IF HE/SHE IS FROM THE SAME PARTY?

Our reader highlighted the lackluster employment scene in Singapore despite presidential hopeful Halimah Yacob's praise about gaining much from the years she spent fighting for workers' rights. He believed it is only fair if the President was never from the ruling party as it defeats the purpose of checking on the Government.

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WE NEED BY-ELECTION IN MARSILING-YEW TEE, DON'T LET RULING PARTY PLAY WITH THE CONSTITUTION

Our reader who is a resident of Marsiling-Yew Tee finds it undemocratic for the ruling party to play around with the Constitution and have Mdm Halimah Yacob quit the party in order to run for the Presidential election. She said this is not what the residents have voted for and hopes opposition politicians can do something about this.

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PLEASE SAVE SINGAPORE FROM THESE WAYANG MINISTERS. LHY, JOIN THE OPPOSITION!

But never mind that, party whip removed or not, all the Ministers are out in full force defending the PM. First the big shots, Teo Chee Hean, Shanmugam, Tharman. All came out and said PM Lee cted in the best interest of the country, and they were no conflict of interest. Then other Ministers now starting to support. Indranee Rajah, Lawrence Wong. So, if all support, then who would ask the relevant questions? Party whip lifted or not, all of the ruling party are solidly behind PM, supporting him.

We really need saving. Lee Hsien Yang, sir, keep doing what you are doing, and go that one step further. Join the opposition. Save us from these drama yes men and women. Save Singapore. Please!

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DID THE LEE FAMILY FEUD DISCOURAGE THEIR 3RD GENERATION SONS FROM POLITICS?

The Lee family feud seems to have made the third-generation Lees determined not to go into politics. In a Facebook post, Lee Hsien Yang's son, Li Shengwu, believes the country should be "bigger than one family" instead of being run like a dynasty. Interesting enough, he said: "Today we are going to learn a lot about the country of my birth. We are going to learn whether (as I hope) the ruling party is still full of men and women of quality and strong character, or whether it is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends upon his not understanding it!"

Earlier, LHL's son Li Hongyi also said he's really not interested in politics. Is this the end of the Lee Dynasty?

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