Tag Archives: Transparency

S’PORE GOVT SPENDING HAS ZERO TRANSPARENCY, WORST IN THE WORLD

Singapore ranks lowest on government spending: 0 per cent transparency, 86th and tied for last place with 11 countries that otherwise have little in common with the 20th century’s greatest economic miracle. Singapore joins the likes of Cambodia, Indonesia, China, Zimbabwe, Cyprus and Saudi Arabia in being among the 12 least open for government spending.

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AMOS YEE: ALL SINGAPORE STUFF IS THE ONLY ACCOUNTABLE MEDIA IN S’PORE?

How can you tell if someone is truly credible? If someone makes a mistake, and then admits it. AllSingaporeStuff misused DJ jamie yeo’s photo, making it seem like she condemned the Government’s birth policies, when really she accepted them and is an avid sucker of PAP dick. jamie yeo then went onto Facebook to condemn AllSingaporeStuff’s misrepresentation of her, ASS (haha) then quietly took down the article but Mothership noticed their attempt to try to hide their mistake, and reported it. But what did AllSingaporeStuff do?

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HAS THE GOVT BEEN TRULY TRANSPARENT & OPEN OVER ALL MATTERS?

According to the Straits Times news report ”GE2015: PM Lee launches PAP slogan ‘with you, for you, for Singapore’, and manifesto” (Aug 29) – “Mr Chong, 62, took aim at opposition parties for being evasive. By contrast, the PAP has been transparent, open, and “where we have fallen short, we have taken decisive action to right our wrongs”, he said.” Since we are talking about “has been transparent, open” – why can’t the Government be transparent and open about the following:

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POWER OF INTERNET CSI TEAMS HAVE SCARED OUR POLITICIANS INTO BEING MORE TRANSPARENT

This morning I read about Ng Eng Heng declaring that PAP will be unveiling their candidates starting tomorrow. Honestly speaking, I am quite shocked. Traditionally, PAP has only announced their candidates on nomination day. What then has prompted this sudden change? Afterall, even they know that this it is goint to be a watershed election. So, shouldn’t they be holding their cards very close to the chest, rather than showing everyone what they have??

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CALVIN CHENG: YOUNG PEOPLE ARE A LOST CAUSE FOR THE PAP

During a debate forum organised by Inconvenient Questions, former NMP Calvin Cheng spoke about the PAP's inability to fulfill certain aspirations of the people, in particular aspirations held by a certain proportion of young people in Singapore. Cheng believes that there is a substantial group of people in Singapore who are a lost cause for the PAP, in particular a portion or segment of the young.

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NSP QUESTIONS IF DETAILED VOTING RESULTS IS TRULY SECRET & CONFIDENTIAL

Speaking to the mainstream media outside its HQ, The National Solidarity Party or NSP expressed its disappointment with the lack of transparency over the Election's Department's EBRC report. The party questioned if the EBRC had access to detailed voting results from the last GE and whether such information had been "used in any way" in the EBRC's deliberations on electoral boundaries.

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STATES TIMES REVIEW CHALLENGES PAP MP LEE BEE WAH TO COME CLEAN

States Times Review (STR) is an independent and neutral site that reports without fear or favour. Therefore, States Times Review (STR) officially apologise for any distress the recent article has caused you. Henceforth, STR would like to clear your name in this article, by simply asking some questions to better clarify any misunderstandings and dispel falsehoods spreading on the internet

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GOVT NEEDS TO TRUST S’POREANS MORE & BE TRANSPARENT WITH DATA?

According to the Straits Times article “Trust the people, share govt data” by Kishore Mahbubani (Jun 13) – “Last year, Singapore was ranked 63rd on the Global Open Data Index, tying with Bangladesh, Bermuda, Nepal, Senegal and Tunisia. There are transparency concerns even in the business arena. A WikiLeaks cable from 2009 said: “Some US and other foreign firms have found the lack of transparency from the Singapore government and its government-linked corporations (GLCs) a serious challenge in operating in Singapore…”

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BUKIT BATOK DECLARED RAT-FREE BUT AT WHAT COST TO TAXPAYERS?

The nightmare is over for Bukit Batok residents with pest controllers declaring the area rat free after killing more than 300 rats over two weeks. However the question that has yet to be answered is exactly how much has the authorities paid to engage the services of Star Pest Control? For such a long drawn operation with 30 pest controllers combing the hill with climbing equipment, it sure will not be cheap. Afterall, Singaporeans have the right to know the price taxpayers are paying for your incompetence in tackling the rat problem in the first place.

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