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DPM Tharman scratches head during another ‘kee-chiu’ type lecture of Minister Chan’s

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Minister in the Prime Minister’s Office, Chan Chun Sing, on 1 March lectured parliament that water is an ‘existential’ issue for . Touching on the Budget 2017 announcement that water price will go up by 30 per cent over two years, he said, “I can understand the angst of our people with the water price increase … how it will feed through to the cost of living.”

He then went into a “kee chiu” kind of speech he gave when he was introduced as a PAP candidate in 2011. In emphasising that water is ‘existential’ for Singapore, he said that when he was in primary , he was taught that Singapore had three reservoirs, and asked Members if they knew how many reservoirs Singapore now had.

"How many more desalination plants and NEWater plants must we build in order for water to never be a weapon pointing at our head?": Chan Chun Sing. #SGBudget2017

Posted by Channel NewsAsia on Wednesday, 1 March 2017

Minister Ong Ye Kung can be seen staring at Mr Chan with a quizzical look on his face throughout the Speech.
Deputy Prime Minister Shanmugaratnam can be seen scratching his his head.
Commenting on Mr Chan’s lecture in Parliament, political Teo Soh Lung said that if the Minister was talking about “existential”, he may be having an existential .

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Mr Chan’s ‘Kee Chiu’ speech (a reminder).

A of Mr Chan’s ‘kee chiu’ speech.

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