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Did Law Minister make a veiled threat in Parliament to the person who helped draft Parti Liyani’s complaint?

Did Law Minister make a veiled threat in Parliament to the person who helped draft Parti Liyani’s complaint?

I was watching CNA News last night when Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam made a strange remark which appear to me to be a veiled threat. The Minister was asked by Leader of the Opposition (LO) Pritam Singh about Ms Parti Liyani’s complaint of 3 July – which was republished by HOME yesterday (4 Nov). One of the areas... 

A ‘sia suay’ moment for Singapore

A ‘sia suay’ moment for Singapore

The recent hullabaloo in parliament about minimum wage and the bench mark of $1300 is in my opinion really a “sia suay” moment for Singapore. Let’s get the facts right. Firstly, $1300 per month is not a figure pluck from the air by WP MPs, it is a figure that came out from a survey by LKY School of Public Policy. The survey... 

What is with this frivolous debate over ‘folksy wisdom’?

What is with this frivolous debate over ‘folksy wisdom’?

Jamus Lim is already being kind when he calls Singapore’s so-called labor union leaders “folksy”. I would not call them that. They are useless, inept, tail-wagging puppies who are there only to serve their master’s needs to keep wages down so that the PAP can keep creaming off the profits, by pressing... 



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