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OPPOSITION VETERAN SPECULATES TAN CHUAN JIN WAS DEMOTED DUE TO POOR POLITICAL ACUMEN

This is especially so for any contender of the Prime Ministership. If you are vying to be the PM of Singapore, then learn from past PMs and keep religion out of the way. But TCJ, as one of the contender of PMship, has repeatedly express his religious affiliation openly on his FB. It is not a politically wise thing to do at all. Even for this latest posting about his "New Posting" aka "Demotion", he expresses his religious affiliation within that posting! Thus, in my opinion, even though I don't think TCJ should be demoted to be Speaker of Parliament, but his total lack of political sensitivity and acumen would have ruled him out from the race of Prime Ministership.

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TOP TEN MOST UNQUOTABLE MOMENTS FROM TAN CHUAN JIN

With the announcement that Tan Chuan Jin is stepping down as the Minister of Social and Family Development to take on the role of Speaker of Parliament, activist Gilbert Goh has compiled these unquotable moments to remember him by.

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TAN CHUAN JIN: PRE-SCHOOL PRICES UNLIKELY TO RISE

Minister for Social and Family Development Tan Chuan-Jin says that pre-school prices are unlikely to rise despite a proposed law that forces them to adhere to higher standards. During the parliamentary debate on the Early Childhood Development Centres Bill, which was passed in parliament, 6 MPs raised the issue of the possibility of raised prices.

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OUR MINISTERS NEED TO GROW A THICKER SKIN

Opposition member describes his account of seeing how Minister Tan and his co-travellers get cleared across the customs quickly, Minister Tan responds defensively and aggressively, accuses opposition member of stirring hate.

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WP LEON PERERA: DOES TAN CHUAN-JIN KNOW THE MEANING OF "STIRRING HATE & ANGER"?

I was surprised to read Minister Tan Chuan-Jin's reply to Mr Png Eng Huat's post on queueing at the JB checkpoint, which stated that the post was "aimed at stirring hate and anger." Mr Png's post was a reflection on his experience of seeing some grassroots leaders and residents receiving expedited clearance. It was not inflammatory.

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IS THIS WHAT WE WANT S'PORE TO BECOME?

To the PAP IBs, wherever you are, my question is this - is this the legacy you want to leave to your children, a legacy of dishonour and contempt for fellow human beings? Do you think this will be for the good of our society in the long run?

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