Tag: CECA

Jamus Lim speaks up about CECA: It must balanced by inclusivity and social harmony

Singapore — MP Jamus Lim clarified on Facebook that his assessment of CECA had been based primarily on economics and not race. A few days...

Resident tells Jamus Lim that CECA “has been unfair for Singaporean workers, and has...

Singapore -- An Anchorvale resident shared with MP Jamus Lim how distraught he was about CECA. The MP was on a house visit on Thursday...

People’s Voice reiterates call to #AbolishCECA

Singapore—In a Facebook post on Monday morning (March 8), Mr Lim Tean, lawyer and head of the People's Voice (PV) party, called for Singaporean...

‘Citizen or PR?’ ask some after Facebook post about missing teen

Singapore — A Facebook post asking for help to find a missing teenager, believed to be of Indian descent, stirred up a hornets' nest....

Journalist asks Lim Tean if he’ll denounce the racism on Abolish CECA Petition FB...

Singapore—Journalist Kirsten Han asked lawyer and opposition leader Lim Tean on Thursday (Feb 18) on social media whether he will denounce the “blatant racism”...

Local man says he would want his children to be born in India to...

A Singaporean man wrote on social media that he would want his future children to be born in India to have better job prospects...

PSP NCMPs to ask about CECA, Tech.Pass, foreign employees’ salaries and skills transfer

Singapore—Non-Constituency Members of Parliament (NCMP) Leong Mun Wai and Hazel Poa Koon Koon will be raising questions in the House about the employment of...

Lim Tean says S’ore would be better off without the PAP in govt

Singapore – Opposition People's Voice leader Lim Tean took shots against the ruling party in social media, saying Singapore would be "much better without...

Lim Tean starts petition to abolish CECA; to be submitted to Parliament

Singapore – Opposition People’s Voice (PV) leader Lim Tean started a petition calling for the abolishment of the CECA (Singapore-India Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement),...

Covid-19: Public want strict border controls as imported cases continue to increase

Singapore – There were 15 imported cases among the 469 new Covid-19 cases reported by the Ministry of Health (MOH) on Monday (July 27)....
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