Tag Archives: TAN CHUAN-JIN

Marine Parade Town Council Resident Plagued By Leakage Problems Since February 2020

We have been sending feedback and photos to HDB since Feb 2020 regarding the leakage problem inside our house at 126 Geylang East. We are really troubled and feel totally helpless whenever we look at the situations get worse. The Geylang East resident is in the Marine Parade Town Council which was previously held by the PAP. It is currently contested by the PAP team Tan Chuan-Jin, Seah Kian Peng, Edwin Tong, Mohd Fahmi Aliman and Tan See Leng. Perhaps the worries of this resident can be solved by having involved and concerned Members of Parliament in charge of her town council.

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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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GOVERNMENT CAN’T JUST SAY IT HELPS THE POOR, MUST SHOW DETAILS OF FINANCIAL AID TOO

The Government should give details of how much aid was given to dispel distrust in our welfare system. Why is it that half of those who applied for ComCare did not qualify for it? If the Government claims it is indeed helping the poor, then it should jolly well be transparent and disclose details of how much financial assistance they are giving. Without more transparency, people will have the impression that they are falling through the cracks or that the Government may not be doing enough.

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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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