Monday, April 6, 2020
PAP MP Louis Ng today (Aug 1) cried while delivering his speech asking for the government to give more subsidies to parents with premature babies like him. https://www.facebook.com/ChannelNewsAsia/videos/10154855826912934/ According to the PAP MP, he has a twin...
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...
Singapore's Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen today (May 15) announced in state media Straits Times that the government has purchased two more new submarines on top of two existing orders made previously. The four new...
Dictator Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong today (Apr 5) shot down Opposition MP Faisal Manap's question after the latter asked why Singapore cannot emulate Australia and UK allowing women Muslim uniformed personnel to wear their...
Below is a summary of the parliament sitting on Monday (3rd April): 1) Drug users increase Law Minister K Shanmugam confirmed the increase in the number of drug users in Singapore especially among students and professionals. In...
Singapore's Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam delivered a ferocious bark at the Opposition Workers' Party calling their idea for a Senate to replace the President, not a serious proposal. "It was a disaster and...
Speaking in Parliament yesterday (Nov 8), Education Minister Ong Ye Kung expressed his support for the racist proposal to reserve the next election for only the Malay race, saying that his ruling party government is...
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...
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...
Minister of Trade Lim Hng Kiang was caught playing with words in Parliament yesterday (Oct 10) claiming that there is no recession in Singapore, but only "some quarters of negative growth": "Our baseline projection is not an...