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Five Reasons Why It Is Difficult To Dislodge The PAP From Power (Part 2)

Five Reasons Why It Is Difficult To Dislodge The PAP From Power (Part 2)

By Gilbert Goh Fearful fickle-minded voters According to the latest Registers of Electors in 31 March 2010, a total of 2.311 million Singaporeans are eligible for voting (elections.gov.sg). During the last elections in 2006, a total of 2.150 million Singaporeans were eligible to vote. There is thus only a mere increase of less... 

Five Reasons Why It Is Difficult To Dislodge The PAP From Power (Part 1)

Five Reasons Why It Is Difficult To Dislodge The PAP From Power (Part 1)

By Gilbert Goh I have read from many online blogs that the government may lose its grip on power with some even predicting it’s downfall during the next election. Many also forecasted that the foreigner influx will be a serious enough issue to push many voters who are sitting on the fences all along to vote for the opposition.... 

Upgrading  Out of Unemployment – is it possible?

Upgrading Out of Unemployment – is it possible?

By Gilbert Goh Introduction   Our government has being encouraging the jobless population to upgrade and retrain for alternative re-employment. There are well over 1000 courses available for government funding and many have went for such re-education. I saw retrenched engineers threw away their tools and retrained to be a trainer.... 



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