Tag Archive: parliament

In History Of Presidencies, Colour Blind Reality Of The Ordinary Singaporean Is The One Factual Highlight

A letter from Patrick Low on the Elected President. Dear Fellow Singaporeans Comes September 2017 we may be going to the polls to elect our 8th President reserved for the Malay race only. Notwithstanding the constitutionaI amendments passed in Parliament…
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Netizens Ask Where To Hold Discussion On Tudung If Not The Parliament

In his Facebook post, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong commented on championing divisive issues publicly, and on Minister for Environment and Water Resources Masagos Zulkifli’s “courage and conviction” in explaining to MP for Aljunied GRC Faisal Manap on why it…
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Khan Osman Sulaiman: Is Masagos Zulkifli Encouraging Coffeeshop Talk Instead Of Serious Debate In Parliament?

Hope to meet Minister Masagos outside of parliament so that I can ask him point blank about what he thinks about the gov who discriminate against people who wear the tudung. Apparently, if someone raises the issue in parliament, it…
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Dr Tan Cheng Bock: Open Election First, If No Minority Malay President Wins In 2017 Then Reserved Election For 2023

The Government brushes off my press conference. MCI has missed my point totally. I do not dispute the Constitutional Commission’s report or the White Paper. However, I disagree with the way the Government has triggered the reserved election. I am…
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Terrorist Khalid Masood: A ‘Nice Guy’ Turned Extremist

The man who mowed down pedestrians and stabbed a policeman in Wednesday’s deadly assault outside Britain’s parliament has been identified by police as 52-year-old former convict Khalid Masood. Known by “a number of aliases”, London’s Metropolitan Police said he had…
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