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The Rule of Law and the Paradox of the AIM Transaction 4

The Rule of Law and the Paradox of the AIM Transaction 4

Part 4 – Town Councils Are Apolitical Entities Contrary to what Baey Yam Keng and Khaw Boon Wan claim, I have made clear that the Town Councils are apolitical entities under the Town Councils Act (Cap. 329A) in Part 1. This is aligned with the same reason that Khaw Boon Wan, being the Minister for National Development, cannot... 

The Rule of Law and the Paradox of the AIM Transaction 3

The Rule of Law and the Paradox of the AIM Transaction 3

Part 3 – Misleading Parliament The Ministerial Statement on Town Councils on 13 May 2013 initiated a 4-hour parliamentary debate of the AIM transaction. Khaw Boon Wan, Ministerial Statement, 13 May 2013 15. In line with this objective, the MND crafted the legislation to recognise the political nature of TCs. As the Review... 

What is meritocratic individualism?

What is meritocratic individualism?

In many instances, there is still confusion as to what meritocracy is and what it entails. The passage below helps place this idea in the capitalist context to which it belongs. The ideology of meritocracy is always about ‘I-me-mine’ and hardly ever about ‘you-we-ours’. It is the kind of blinkered perspective and way... 



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