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PAP Murali getting elected will open doors for part-timers in S’pore to get full-time pay

Posted on 29 April 2016

A positive demonstration in the works.


Singaporeans from all walks of life, who believe in fairness, said they are looking forward to PAP candidate Murali Pillai getting elected for the Bukit Batok SMC by-election.

This after Murali said he can be a part-time MP to serve residents even as other Singaporeans point out he will be receiving full-time pay.

One local, Ba Wang Chan, said: “Next time I go for part-time job interview, I will quote Murali.”

“I will tell the interviewer I can carry out my duties on a part-time basis but still get paid full-time pay.”

“I am sure they will understand.”

“Thank you Murali for setting a precedent.”

However, other locals said this might not be fair.

Tan Tua Liu, another Singaporean, said: “For any scheme to work as well as the MP scheme, it is imperative that all Singaporean residents must get full-time S$15,000 pay for working one day a week.”







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