A Layman’s Perspectives On Budget 2015

Thoughts about the 2015 Budget from a man on the street This year's Budget took on an interesting approach atypical of a potential General Election year, as previous GE year Budgets have had huge payouts. On the surface, there was a lot to cheer for, with help mainly going to the lower-income...

WP’s Yee Jenn Jong Takes Offence At ST’s Accusations Of Team Marine Parade Infighting

No discord or power play, says WP's Marine Parade leader On Sunday (11 Oct), an article entitled "Worker's Party trying to move forward" turned up on The Straits Times. Seemingly about Workers' Party's (WP) efforts to regroup after seeing a 6.83% drop in the popular vote at the 2015 General Election, the...

7 New Things We Learnt From The IPS GE2015 Survey

Election issues pop up again two months later GE2015 happened 2 months ago, and on Wednesday (4 Nov), the Institute of Policy Studies released their survey findings of the elections. Remember how we wondered if the opposition would win over more seats, or if dear Dr Chee Soon Juan would have a sweet return...

Workers’ Party Files Motions On Elected Presidency Yet Again, But Is It Still Relevant?

The Workers' Party Re-Files Proposal On Recognising Singapore's First President  Followers of the local politics scene may remember on 28 Aug, when The Workers' Party (WP) Chairman Sylvia Lim, filed for an adjournment motion to discuss the controversy regarding the recognition of Singapore’s first Elected President titled "Counting from President...

Kenneth Jeyaretnam Demands For Tanjong Pagar By-Election

The man says it's unconstitutional to dawdle for more than 3 months In a blog post first published 13 April, Reform Party chief Kenneth Jeyaretnam expressed and explained the pressing need to call for a by-election in Tanjong Pagar. MustShareNews breaks his blog post down into 5 bite-sized points. 1. The death...

10 Utterly Predictable Netizen Reactions To PM Lee’s Comments On Foreign Talent

PM Lee Hsien Loong's comments on FTs get slammed by netizens In an interview broadcast yesterday (2 Aug) night, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong addressed different areas of concerns regarding the nation, but the drama got real when PM Lee talked about foreign talents in Singapore. Source PM Lee mentioned during the interview that the government...

11 Things Singapore Politicians Got Up To In Paris

President Tony Tan and ministers go to France On Sunday (17 May), President Tony Tan, along with Minister of Transport Lui Tuck Yew, along with Minister of Communications and Information, Yaacob Ibrahim, and Minister of Parliament Baey Yam Keng landed in Paris for a week-long state visit in France. This visit...

4 Things Ministers Said Over The Weekend

A compilation of quotes from Sunday by various ministers Some of Singapore's Ministers and Ministers of State were busy appearing in public on this past Sunday (18 January), and they had some interesting things to say about various matters which we should all really pay attention to. On research and development Source Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee...

DPM Tharman Sheds Light On “Secret” Ministerial Committees While Urging Trust In Government

DPM Tharman Shanmugaratnam Speaks Up On Ministerial Committees Much has been said about the alleged secretive ministerial committee that was set up over the fate of 38 Oxley Road. Following Deputy Prime Minister (DPM) Teo Chee Hean’s statement and Minister for Law K. Shanmugam’s Facebook post defending the integrity of this...

MDA Just Helped SDP Promote Their Video By Telling Them Not To Promote It

SDP seems rather displeased that MDA has warned them about their electoral donation video The Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) has hit back at the Media Development Authority (MDA), after the party's video on washing powder was deemed to have violated the Films Act. The video depicts a woman using "Pappy White" washing powder to...

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