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This is a fair request for a greater view of how Singapore is to be governed.

The following speech was delivered by Mr Viswa Sadasivan, Nominated Member of Parliament at the parliamentary sitting today, July 19 2010. For reasons we all know, the media has chosen to brush aside his speech which was responded to by … Continue reading

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Automatically connecting to the Wireless@SG hotspots

Thanks to a caustic comment some years ago to Lee Kuan Yew by some visitors to Singapore, we have a nation-wide free wifi network called “Wireless@SG”. It has been a constant pain to use and after much ridicule, someone, somewhere … Continue reading

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The Singapore Dilemma

So, the PSLE results came out today, November 26 2009. My son did well (got 3As and an A*) and his “aggregate” is 241. Next step is to apply for secondary one. In a way, the system is freer now … Continue reading

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[SG Politics] Changes in SG political engagement?

Am intrigued about the proposals that are to be put forward by the establishment about some changes in how politics and government functions in Singapore. I think Chok Tong is clever in putting the “hints” out, but I think there … Continue reading

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[Singapore] Open Government and Open Parliament

I posted a very cynical comment but there is a bigger issue at play. There has never been any degree of transparency in the government, despite of what they keep saying. We need all of these: a) Pass a Freedom … Continue reading

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