The #PSPJobsDebate, preceded by two Ministerial Statements, in Parliament on July 6 was interesting to say the least. There were robust and meaningful engagements, but the 7 parliamentary questions (PQ) posed by the Progress Singapore Party’s (PSP) Non-Constituency Member of Parliament (NCMP) Leong Mun Wai were not addressed. In a deeper look into these PQs, PSP elaborates on why some FTAs have and will cost Singaporeans and the need for shortcomings in Singapore’s foreign labour policies to be addressed.
PSP cares about Singaporeans’ livelihoods; so we will raise important questions regarding a wide range
PSP strongly condemns such racist attitudes and behaviour. We thrive as a multi-racial society and
It is time for medical professionals and health scientists to build bridges and come together in this time of crisis. In order to allow the best ideas to prevail, uphold the dignity of the medical calling and help the country address this national crisis, a top down approach is not the most helpful in dispelling questions. But with open, respectful discussions, we can – together, build trust and confidence for the way ahead.
WHO’s approval of Sinovac for emergency use is good news. This gives the added boost of speeding up the vaccination program that is one of the pillars in fighting the Covid-19 pandemic. If there are compelling reasons to offer Sinovac through private healthcare institutions instead of under the national program, then people should be given the relevant information to quickly make informed decisions.
Show compassion towards migrant workers and locals feeling financial strains: PSP NCMPs Hazel Poa and Leong Mun Wai in Parliament speeches [May 2021]
Show compassion towards migrant workers and locals feeling financial strains: PSP NCMPs Hazel Poa and Leong Mun Wai in Parliament Speeches [May 2021]
Statement from the Secretary-General of PSP, Francis Yuen: It is disappointing to read MOM’s statement
PSP is steadfast in promoting racial harmony and equality which is enshrined in our core