Where were arguably, the checks and balance, values, morals and public duty in the AIM saga? I refer to the article “Parking charges for teachers…
How can our public policies have “moral value” when from a cashflow perspective – we do not spend any money on pensions, public housing and healthcare?
Is the reasoning behind our public transport policies flawed – one of the least reliable and most expensive fares in the world? I refer to…
If supporting a 6.9 million population is not a problem – why has land for public housing suddenly become a serious problem now?
Isn’t a minimum wage of $1,060 very low?
Is healthcare affordable when class C bills may have increased by about 2,500%?
Why do we keep decreasing the government’s share of the costs per university student?
How many of the locals’ job growth of 398,100 (676,900 foreign jobs’ growth) went to Singaporeans, when we granted 499,508 new PRs and 230,916 new citizens, from 2006 to 2017?
Are our public hospitals making profits or losses?
Without the breakdown of the jobs statistics into Singaporeans, PRs and foreigners – how do we know the statistics for Singaporeans?