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Upcoming by-election causes Bukit Batok residents to run out of problems

Posted on 20 April 2016

You have a problem? Consider it solved.

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Bukit Batok residents from all walks of life, who are used to dealing with daily issues of all sorts that have plagued the country the last few years, such as rats, are suddenly discovering that they are running out of problems.

This after the Bukit Batok by-election 2016 has been announced to be held on May 7 and is causing their problems to be solved one after another at an alarming unprecedented rate.

One Singaporean, Mei Wen Ti, said: “Suddenly, all the residents wake up one fine morning and discover that they are going to have a lot of new and good things right in their neighbourhood.”

“It is like they used to have 99 problems but now they have none.”

“It’s like waking up one fine morning and then, ‘Woah, what the hell just hit me? Solutions!'”

Other Singaporeans said these influx of solutions to age-old problems have reaffirmed their belief that having elections every year is the way to go.

This is to bring about a better standard of living and quality of life for Singaporeans and the good times will continue rolling as long as Singaporeans head to the polls regularly.

Another resident, Boh Dai Ji, said: “My neighbour, was in arrears, and HDB cancelled his outstanding debt.”

“My son, fail all subjects in Primary 3, and still can go CC collect bursary award.”

“Holding elections is, therefore, the most effective way for residents’ issues to be addressed. All GRCs and SMCs should have elections every year.”

“Otherwise, all problems will be put on the back-burner, as Singapore only focuses on economic growth at all costs.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





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