Tag: 4G

“4G is the biggest political challenge”

Singapore—Suwatchai Songwanich, writing in the Bangkok Post, said that amid the results of the General Election as well as the current economic crisis Singapore faces, the biggest problem the country’s leadership has is a lack of confidence in the fourth generation of its leaders...

Grace Fu says she personally did not find anything problematic with “brownface” ad given the context

Minister for Culture, Community and Youth, Grace Fu, told a crowd of about 300 students yesterday (10 Dec) that she personally did not find anything problematic with the "brownface" NETS advertisement. In July this year, an advertisement for the government-led NETS E-Pay initiative drew severe backlash since...

Indranee Rajah: Better coordination needed between agencies for helping the needy

Singapore—In an interview with Channel NewsAsia CNA938’s Arnold Gay and Yasmin Jonkers, Minister Indranee Rajah said that there’s a need for agencies to coordinate well together to reach those in need, and so that these individuals may access programmes more easily. Ms Indranee, Minister in the...

Indranee shows how 4G leaders will tackle inequality: by providing support and equal opportunities 

Singapore — According to Indranee Rajah, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office and Second Minister for Education, meritocracy is not responsible for the problems involving inequality and social mobility. Furthermore, she discussed how exactly the 4G leaders will address these problems. Ms Indranee said this...

DPM Heng says 4G leaders will build a government that will work with people, as well as for them

Singapore—The country’s Deputy Prime Minister, Heng Swee Keat, recently emphasised the commitment of 4G leaders to work with Singaporeans concerning policies around vital issues such as housing, social mobility, and environmental sustainability. According to DPM Heng, in order to come up with better policies and...

Tharman says Swee Keat is the best choice for PM though netizens feel Tharman maybe the better choice

Singapore—With the changes in the cabinet announced on Tuesday, April 23, the country’s two current Deputy Prime Ministers Tharman Shanmugaratnam and Teo Chee Hean, who will both become Senior Ministers, weighed in on their social media accounts concerning Singapore’s leadership succession. However, many netizens...