Many commuters have cited the latest occurrence as yet another example of SMRT failing to maintain its train tracks properly. Some have even suggested, quite understandably, that there might even be problems in the auditing, and that if proper policies had been put in place, these events should never have occurred.
Month: February 2012
Singapore Democrats 27 Feb 2012 The recent threats of defamation suits by PAP’s leaders against Mr Alex Au and the editors of Temasek Review Emeritus (TRE) is another blow to freedom of speech in Singapore. For years, the Singapore Democratic Party has been the target of attacks from the ruling party and the media it […]
To see a classic example of how lop-sided civil defamation laws are, we need only go back to the late 1990’s when former NKF chief T.T. Durai sued then NKF volunteer Archie Ong and aero-modelling instructor Piragasam Singaravelu for alleging that he had flown first class and that under his charge, NKF has squandered monies.
A caring and more compassionate society will result if our tax dollars are spent wisely both to strength the nation’s financial position as well as care for the elderly, sick and disabled, and create a more comprehensive social safety net.
Excerpt from the Straits Times, 20 Feb 2012 Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Sunday sent a lawyer’s letter to the editors of the TR Emeritus (TRE) sociopolitical website, asking for a post alleging cronyism in the appointment of Madam Ho Ching as head of Temasek Holdings to be taken down. Madam Ho is PM […]
In the party statement (English version) which was read out by Ms Sylvia Lim, WP stated that Mr Yaw had failed to account to the party and the residents of Hougang, and in so doing, had broken the trust and faith of both the party and the people.
WP believes strongly in transparency and accountability, and expects no less from our party members, especially our Members of Parliament.
The authorities in Singapore are understood to have the ability to track down a person online even if he or she uses anonymizing facilities such as Virtual Private Networking, TOR onion routing, or other forms of proxy servers, and even if encryption is involved.
SDP Media Release 13 February 2012 The Singapore Democrats support the Government’s proposals to build an eldercare centre in Woodlands and a block of flats for the aged at Toh Yi. This is because as our population ages, more and more elderly people will be in need of care and that care will need to […]
Online prostitution, extra marital affairs and other juicy stuff can attract gossips, divert and distract Singaporeans’ focus. The MSM is helping the pap to divert Singaporeans’ eyes from important matters to juicy vices.