Is it odd that we got $226 million of rebate costs for 800,000 households in 2001, yet only $190 million for 880,000 in 2017?
Whether a lapse uncovered in an audit leads to an investigation will depend on the nature of the lapse？
Government’s complacency may be destroying the people’s value.
It is about the time for the Govt to make some changes for its complacency, otherwise, the situation of S’poreans’ value might be worse.
With such an inadequate working hour, how could the Parliament answer these unsettled questions?
Mr Tharman commented the mainstream media does a great job that neither will it excuse everything the government does nor will it add a divisiveness in society.
When insurance and pensions were the largest asset class at 46 per cent as Michael Heise stated, could S’pore still keep the position of No.1 in Asia for gross financial assets?
Does the soaring number of tourists in S’pore enable her to become the real tourism nation?
Why did Tan Cheng Bock still want a clear answer from the government even his case has already disclosed.
Should S’pore alter its economy model or continue to maintain its influence on the whole nation?