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S’poreans upset last Cabinet meeting before new swearing-in featured a long table instead

Posted on 30 September 2015

They will complain matter to United Nations.


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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who will notice an anomaly when they see one, are upset about a photo showing PAP ministers having their last Cabinet meeting before the swearing-in of the new ministers.

This after the photo showed the group of PAP ministers seated around a long table with no cabinet in sight.

One Singaporean, Pian Ren De, said he could not believe his eyes: “How can there be a long table in place of a cabinet in a Cabinet meeting?”

“Is the government so poor they cannot afford a cabinet? Where is all the CPF money? Can’t some of it be used to finance a proper cabinet.”

Other Singaporeans said besides being highly distressing, the photo constitutes false advertising, a serious enough charge that must be reported to the world government, the United Nations.

Another local, Zho Zheng Hu, said: “They should really call it a Table meeting if they were really serious about proper governance and being accountable to the people.”






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