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PAP MPs Show They Only Care About Fixing Opposition Rather Than Solve Welfare Of SGreans

PAP MPs Show They Only Care About Fixing Opposition Rather Than Solve Welfare Of SGreans

But if this was a less a conclusion than an affirmation that the PAP MPs care more in their ultimate drive to fix the opposition and ensure they get their cushy Parliamentary seats in the next elections, rather than s desire to improve the lives and welfare of Singaporeans. After all, for this motion, almost all PAP MPs were present, but when debates were done on other pertinent issues, Parliament would often see a majority of empty seats.

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SDP's Jufrie Mahmood: Govt Does Not Care About Welfare Of Singaporeans

SDP's Jufrie Mahmood: Govt Does Not Care About Welfare Of Singaporeans

In his post dated 23 August, Jufrie Mahmood said that a government which is against the the implementation of a minimum wage policy is a government that does not really care about the welfare of the down trodden in society. Jufrie went on to say that the Ministers only think and care about themselves, as they keep harping on the millions in salary they are entitled to. Who entitled them to the millions but themselves?

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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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WHY GOVT CAN SPEND $800K ON RUBBISH BIN CENTER, BUT COMMUNITY HAVE TO RAISE $ FOR HAWKERS AFFECTED BY JURONG FIRE?

It is heartening to see that businessmen, temples, clan associations and other organisations have come together to help raise $280,000 of the $600,000 to build a temporary market for stallholders who lost their source of livelihoods in the Jurong West fire. Kudos to this kind-hearted people for being part of the community effort!

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