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S’poreans impressed PAP hasn’t blamed AHPETC for the haze

S’poreans impressed PAP hasn’t blamed AHPETC for the haze

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They are impressed by restraint shown.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who are from the 70 percent and 30 percent, have expressed their amazement at the recent lack of events on the political front.

This after PAP has not blamed AHPETC for the haze in Singapore.

One Singaporean, Mei Qian Tu, from the 70 percent, said: “This shows a certain amount of restraint on the part of PAP that has never occurred before.”

“It is almost like a sign of maturity that they are not descending into petty politics. Never in a thousand years would I imagine this.”

“Then again, it almost feels like the PAP is planning something bigger.”

At press time, the opposition is going to be fixed in other ways.

 

 

 

 

 











S’poreans hope end of GE2015 will help PAP & mainstream media find closure about AHPETC issue

S’poreans hope end of GE2015 will help PAP & mainstream media find closure about AHPETC issue

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It is time to let go, voters tell PAP and mainstream media.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life who feel pain on behalf of others, have come out to console the PAP and mainstream media.

This after the PAP and mainstream media have not been able to find closure the last six months about the AHPETC issue and it finally looks like the time has come to move on as GE2015 is drawing to a close.

One Singaporean, Suan Leh Bah, said he feels bad on their behalf as they couldn’t move on with their lives for the longest time: “I pray and hope that the conclusion of GE2015 will allow them to heal.”

“It has been too long and they must be strong in picking up the pieces and getting on with their lives. There is a future ahead that is bright and I hope they can see it too.”

Other Singaporeans said they understand it is not easy for the PAP to move on as they had to relive the the AHPETC issue over and over again and struggle to make sense of what was happening, while Singaporeans, by and large, have moved on to other things to better occupy their lives and lead a fuller existence.

This might have left them feeling like they were in the lurch, when in reality, they were overthinking things.

Another voter, Mai Gong Leow, said: “It is never easy finding out you are the only one reliving a moment over and over again, like a bad breakup or marriage that is etched into your mind.”

“It may seem like everyone else don’t care and you are all alone in this world who cannot find closure, and the truth of the matter is, you really are the only one in the world who cannot find closure because everyone else has moved on and the issue really lies with you.”

At press time, PAP and mainstream media are contemplating on how they can continue to not move on and to make AHPETC an issue until GE2020.

 

 

 

 

 











S’poreans react to Ministry of National Development releasing news on Workers’ Party’s AHPETC on Saturday

S’poreans react to Ministry of National Development releasing news on Workers’ Party’s AHPETC on Saturday

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Three thoughts that must have went past your mind at some point.

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The Ministry of National Development (MND) put out a press release on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015, saying it found that FM Solutions and Services (FMSS) — the former managing agent of Aljunied-Hougang-Punggol East Town Council (AHPETC) — has been “grossly profiteering” off the town council.

The news comes barely two weeks before General Election 2015 polling day on Sept. 11 and on the same day the Workers’ Party is unveiling its manifesto.

Here are three thoughts Singaporeans have:

 

sian-half-auntie “If only the Ministries and civil servants worked on Saturdays to solve problems for Singaporeans rather than trying to destroy PAP’s opponents.”
Hun Zhang, 43-year-old ex-civil servant

 

sian-half-uncle “The issue here is simple: The money that friend’s of Workers’ Party profited should have been made by friend’s of PAP.”
Chi Qian, 63-year-old licensed money lender

 

happy-bird-girl “More needs to be done to ensure ministries and civil servants work on Sundays too since they like to work on Saturdays.”
Jiak Leow Bee, 18-year-old unemployed