Monday, April 6, 2020
Former Presidential candidate Dr Tan Cheng Bock yesterday (Mar 12) announced his interest in contesting the upcoming Presidential election which is due in Aug 2017, making him very likely the first Singapore President who is...
Parliament was fired up yesterday (Nov 8) with Workers' Party MP Pritam Singh scolding the ruling party government for trying to make money from the recent legalisation of online gambling: "While I am sure the Minister...
"Once land is sold, the asset is gone." PAP MP Lim Biow Chuan abruptly stood up to oppose Workers' Party MP Pritam Singh's suggestion that land sales revenue be used to fund the country's expenditures. The...
The Budget debate is a waste of time, as shown from more than 50 absentees in Parliament yesterday (Feb 27). A quick count on the video screenshots found a disappointing 27 PAP MPs, or less than...
Speaking in Parliament today (Jan 29), Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat poured praises for his government and his predecessors saying that the Singapore government itself is an innovative government. Minister Heng Swee Keat cited CPF,...
In an essay less than 300 words, Singapore President Tony Tan rubber stamps the approval for this year's Budget and poured praises for the Singapore government. President Tony Tan whipped out his dictionary and dotted his...
Enraged by Opposition MP Pritam Singh's sharp criticism, Senior Minister of State Desmond Lee twisted his logic and instead told him to prove that online gambling is no good: "The WP should show evidence that a...
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong today (Feb 10) appointed 9 members to the Constitutional Commission that will revise the upcoming President Election's qualifying criteria, the new President's powers and find ways to empower the Council...
During his speech yesterday (April 12) in Parliament on the Committee of Supply debate, Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan claimed that public transport is making "quantum leap" and that private cars are getting phased out...
After failing to defend himself over mounting evidence of corruptions and abuse of power, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong resorted to more Korean drama tactic crying in Parliament in hope for public sympathy. In his speech...