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  1. Theoldjaffa

    Guess your 2020 Cabinet

    Lai Lai, Since we always like to predict what’s the next COE price, now that the elections are over, let’s state your predictions for the new cabinet My Picks (if there’s no revamp of ministries or portfolios) PM - LHL DPM - HSK DPM - CCS SM - Tharman SM - TCH Coord Min (National Security) - Shan Coord Min (Social Policy) - GKY Coord Min (Infra) - NEH Min In Charge of Muslim Affairs - Iswaran MPMO - Sim Ann MPMO - Heng Chee How Mindef - CCS MHA - Shan MTI - OYK MOF - Lawrence Wong MFA - Desmond Lee MinLaw - Indranee MOH - Edwin Tong MOM - VB MOT - Masagos MND - Grace Fu MOE - Chee Hong Tat + Koh Poh Koon MEWR - S Iswaran MSF - Maliki Othman MCCY - Jo Teo MCI - Janil Puthucheary dunno if TCJ will be back as Minister anot though. Else I think he will be next President.
  2. Hui ge jit pai siao liao http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/prime-minister-lee-hsien/2154802.html meanwhile..... "HENG AH"
  3. Vextan

    Kitchen Cabinet

    Anyone done re-laminate of kitchen cabinet before ? Any contractor to recommend ? Thanks.
  4. Rustyz

    Steel cabinet

    Dear bros and sis, Thank you for your time to click into this post. Any idea where can find such shelve support? This is the most common metal shelve. Google and found a furniture shop, but the boss 11am to 2pm will be in office. any other supplier can intro? Thank you, Gum Xia Have a lovely day
  5. this is a freaking nightmare for any home owner. luckily nobody was injured. FAQs below. Developer: MCC Land (Singapore) Pte Ltd Main Contractor: China Jingye Construction Engineering (S) Pte Ltd TOP in 2015
  6. Bluepica

    Cabinet absorber hinge

    Anyone know where can I get exactly this hinge model? I have tried to search a few shops in Kelantan lane, either it's too long or too strong for my cabinet cover....
  7. we will have dedicated people to handle new citizen ...culture difference issue now. ? ==================================== In a Cabinet reshuffle on Tuesday, the Government announced the restructuring of two ministries -- the Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports (MCYS) and the Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts (MICA). Three new ministries will be formed -- the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSFD), the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth (MCCY), and the Ministry of Communications and Information (MCI). They will take effect from 1 November. Changes to Ministerial Appointments Tharman Shanmugaratnam will relinquish his appointment as Minister for Manpower (MOM). He will remain as DPM and Minister for Finance and Chairman, Monetary Authority of Singapore. Lui Tuck Yew will relinquish his appointment as 2nd Minister for Foreign Affairs. S Iswaran will remain in his current appointments. In MTI, he will have specific responsibility for industry related research and development, energy and tourism, while continuing to assist Lim Hng Kiang in other areas of MTI
  8. Altivo

    New Cabinet unveiled.

    Could be announcing the cabinet lineup
  9. NightWind

    Singapore's Questionable Cabinet

    http://theowlcritic.blogspot.com/ Singapore's Questionable Cabinet They are, of course, morally corrupt, or they would not be handing out undisguised S$800 bribes just before the elections. But this is not the type of corruption we will be speaking of. We speak of financial corruption, for what they collect every year from public funds, is indeed corruption. It is blatant, legalised, stealing. Politicians from other countries, have to jump through all kinds of hoops, before they can accumulate such amounts. They have to set up proxy companies, and hand out contracts to their relatives, or stick their hands under the table, to accumulate such funds. At least that way, there is a chance they might be caught, and made to pay for their crimes. But Singapore's Ministers only have to check their bank balance every month, to make sure it's all there. No country in the world pays so much, for what should be public service. It is not public service, if it is so outrageously remunerated. It is odious legalised corruption. Meanwhile, some Singaporeans have to survive on one meal a day, on good days two. This statement of course, will be met with quick denial. How can we prove it? We would tell these suffering souls to protest publicly, but they would be quickly arrested, and hit over the head, with some draconian statute, or the other. We would ask them to write to the newspapers, but their letters, would never be published. They know little of social media, and computers, are luxuries they cannot afford. The average citizen, we know, does not agree with the Minister's salaries. But there is little they can do about it. By overwhelmingly voting in the PAP at every election, they have created a one-party state in Singapore. They may have done it because they felt it safe. But now they are robbed, and helpless. The PAP Ministers can decide, at whim, whatever they want to pay themselves. There is no Opposition to speak of, to stop them, and they have long ago lost fear of the electorate. There was no referendum held on these ridicoulous salaries. If there was, the PAP would have, for once, lost. Singapore's citzens still have a chance, to show their disapproval, in the coming General Elections. If they do not, then the PAP will continue with it's feeding frenzy, and citizens will just have to grin and bear it. Let the ministers take S$20,000 a month or S$25,000 if they must. Together with their perks of free housing, free cars, free holidays and goodness knows what else, it should be enough to live more than comfortably. Handing out seven-figure sums to Ministers, does not neccessarily make them less corrupt. The more someone has, the more they will want. We know they are not averse to giving out bribes, as in the case of this S$800, so where would they find the moral fibre, to resist taking them as well? We will run off and join the private sector if you cut our salaries, they will threaten. All the better, for fortune-seekers, should have no place in Singapore's Cabinet.
  10. Abluey

    Full list of Cabinet Ministers

    MBT, Wong KS & Raymond Lim "retired"..... If only TPL and VB also "retire"... Will be more than happiness. Good reshuffle.... MINISTERS Lee Hsien Loong - Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean - Deputy Prime Minister, coordinating Minister for National Security, Minister for Home Affairs Tharman Shanmugaratnam - Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for Finance, Minister for Manpower (promotion) Lim Hng Kiang - Minister for Trade and Industry Lim Swee Say - Minister in Prime Minister's Office Assoc Prof Yaacob Ibrahim - Minister for Information and Communication and the Arts Khaw Boon Wan - Minister for National Development Dr Ng Eng Hen - Minister for Defence Dr Vivian Balakrishnan - Minister for Environment and Water Resources K Shanmugam - Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Law Gan Kim Yong - Minister for Health S Iswaran - Minister in Prime Minister's Office, Second Minister for Home Affairs, Second Minister for Trade and Industry (promotion) Heng Swee Keat - Minister for Education (new appointee) MG (NS) Chan Chun Sing - Acting Minister for Community Development, Youth and Sports, Minister of State for Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts (new appointee) SENIOR MINISTERS OF STATE Grace Fu - Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts, Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources Heng Chee How - Prime Minister's Office (promotion) MINISTERS OF STATE Lee Yi Shyan - Ministry of Trade and Industry, Ministry of National Development Dr Amy Khor - Ministry of Health Masagos Zulkifli - Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of Foreign Affairs Teo Ser Luck - Ministry of Trade and Industry (promotion) Halimah Yacob - Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports (new appointee) Josephine Teo - Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Transport (new appointee) Lawrence Wong - Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Education (new appointee) BG (NS) Tan Chuan-Jin - Ministry of National Development, Ministry of Manpower (new appointee) SENIOR PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARIES Hawazi Daipi - Ministry of Education, Ministry of Manpower Dr Mohamad Maliki Bin Osman - Ministry of Defence, Ministry of National Development Sam Tan - Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports Sim Ann - Ministry of Education, Ministry of Law (new appointee) The new Cabinet will be sworn in by President SR Nathan this Saturday at 730pm. Source : Yahoo SG
  11. http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/sin...1128878/1/.html SINGAPORE : Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong and Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew on Saturday said they have decided to leave the Cabinet for Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his team to have a fresh clean slate. In a joint statement, they said: "We have studied the new political situation and thought how it can affect the future. We have made our contributions to the development of Singapore. The time has come for a younger generation to carry Singapore forward in a more difficult and complex situation. "The Prime Minister and his team of younger leaders should have a fresh clean slate. A younger generation, besides having a non-corrupt and meritocratic government and a high standard of living, wants to be more engaged in the decisions which affect them. "After a watershed General Election, we have decided to leave the Cabinet and have a completely younger team of ministers to connect to and engage with this young generation in shaping the future of our Singapore. "But the younger team must always have in mind the interests of the older generation. This generation who has contributed to Singapore must be well-looked after."
  12. Relacklabrudder

    SDP welcomes MM Lee and SM Goh

    SDP welcomes MM Lee and SM Goh
  13. Kelpie

    Formation of the new Cabinet

    Now, waiting eagerly for the formation of the new Cabinet after GE2011. Wonder whether there will be a drastic change in the line-up. Would be interesting to find out where are they going to place MBT, WKS, LSS, VB, Khaw, TPL & etc. What is your take? PS - STI have been performing ok and unaffected by GE2011. Regards,
  14. If George is so important, surely can arrange a by-election in any pap SMC for him to return?
  15. Though i know with the current Singaporean Mindset and P8P grip on power, this scenario is next to impossible. But who says we can't dream? Of the alternative dream team..
  16. Hi, anyone know where I can buy a pair of gas springs? Also, anyone know where I can buy a few pieces of egg-crate? Thank you for your help.
  17. From CNA: SINGAPORE: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has announced several Cabinet changes which will take effect from November 1. Wong Kan Seng will relinquish his post as Home Affairs Minister and take over as Co-ordinating Minister for National Security from Professor S Jayakumar. Mr Wong will remain as Deputy Prime Minister. He will also oversee the National Population and Talent Division, which will be set up under the Prime Minister's Office to coordinate Singapore's population and talent policies across different ministries. Taking over as Home Affairs Minister will be Law Minister K Shanmugam, who will have two portfolios. Professor S Jayakumar will remain as Senior Minister in the Prime Minister's Office. Acting Minister for Information, Communications and the Arts, Lui Tuck Yew, will be promoted to full minister. Other promotions: Senior Parliamentary Secretary at the Environment and Water Resources Ministry, Amy Khor, will be promoted to Minister of State. She will remain as Mayor of the South West Community Development Council (CDC) and chairman of feedback unit, REACH; Senior Parliamentary Secretary at the Home Affairs and Education Ministries Masagos Zulkifli will be promoted to Minister of State for both ministries; Current Parliamentary Secretary at the Trade and Industry Ministry and the Information, Communications and the Arts Ministry, Sam Tan, will be promoted to Senior Parliamentary Secretary; and Dr Mohamad Maliki Osman will be promoted to Senior Parliamentary Secretary at the National Development Ministry. The last Cabinet changes were carried out in March 2009. Commenting on the latest Cabinet changes, Foreign Minister George Yeo said they are part of Prime Minister Lee's larger effort at renewing the Cabinet and preparing Singapore for the next phase forward. Speaking to the Singapore media on the sidelines of the ASEAN Summit in Hanoi, Mr Yeo said the changes are made in a very careful, calculated and gradual way.
  18. Has the MSK escape fiasco has anything to do with him stepping down. Kinda late to relive him of high profile position. http://sg.yfittopostblog.com/2010/10/27/wo...abinet-changes/
  19. http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080610/ap_on_.../skorea_us_beef Msia take benefit cuts, South korea hear the ppl. Singapore???? 3/4.....