Tag Archives: TEO CHEE HEAN

MSM: DPM TEO JABS WP OVER AHPETC FUNDS, PARLIAMENT SPEECHES AND LUI TUCK YEW

Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean has thrown down the gauntlet to the Workers' Party (WP), asking the Opposition party to prove that it is "at least able to run a town council", in a sharp reference to the ongoing court case faced by the WP-run Aljunied-Hougang-Punggol East Town Council. He also questioned WP's motives in eyeing the neighbouring constituencies such as Fengshan SMC.

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TEO CHEE HEAN: NO NEED FOR CENTRAL SYSTEM TO DETECT FAKE DEGREES

In a Parliamentary response to Opposition Member of Parliament (MP) Png Eng Huat’s question over whether the Singapore Government will consider setting up a centralized system to check foreign degrees for public service agencies, the Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean flatly shot down the idea. DPM Teo said he believes that the public service agency responsible for hiring a candidate with foreign qualifications, is already in the best position to decide his relevance and suitability for the job.

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TEO CHEE HEAN IN PRC TO DISCUSS LAW ENFORCEMENT COOPERATION

Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean met Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli, as well as Chinese State Councillor and Minister of Public Security Guo Shengkun today during an official visit to China. They affirmed the “substantive and multi-faceted cooperation between Singapore and China” and agreed to strengthen the relationship between Singapore and the PRC, according to an MFA statement. This year marks the 25th year of Singapore-PRC diplomatic relations.

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[COMPLAIN] EX-STUDENT: SOMETHING IS SERIOUSLY WRONG WITH UniSIM and SIM!

Most of the lecturers I knew were part-timers. I am fine with that but when I realised that some of them are full-time civil servants, I was flabbergasted. Some of them openly state they were civil servants but some were evasive. I googled their names and found them in government directory listings holding good positions such as Assistant Directors in Ministries and Statuary Boards!

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HIGHER CEILING FOR NON-GRADS IN CIVIL SERVICE BRINGS HOPE

I am a polytechnic graduate and did a five-year stint in the civil service. Back then, I was employed under the Management Support Officer scheme and managed to climb up to the ceiling of the scheme. However, as I was a non-graduate, I soon found myself trapped as I was unable to cross over to the Management Executive Scheme for graduates.

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