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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.

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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.”

“Majulah.”

 

 

 

 

 





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