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Nalla graduated with a Bachelor of Accountancy Degree in 1988 from the National University of Singapore. He is a Chartered Accountant registered with the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants. He is currently working as an Investment Specialist in the Capital Markets and so far, he has accumulated 26 years of experience. Prior to this, he worked as a Regional Senior Accountant within the Schlumberger Group & as an Auditor with Ernst & Young.

As a Political Party we need to comply with a myriad of rules and regulations. As Party Treasurer, I have ensured that we comply with all statutory requirements and keep our books prim and proper. When we run Town Councils we’re confident to maintain the same ethos and comply with the various requirements as stipulated in the Town Councils Act.

Mahatma Gandhi’s well-respected quote “Be the change that you wish to see in the world”. I would like to be a catalyst to see changes happening in Singapore where every Singaporean matters. All Singaporeans deserve a better quality of life where they are able to partake in Singapore’s prosperity rather than only a select few. After 55 years of independence, we should identify ourselves as being Singaporeans rather than by Race as reflected in our National Registration Identity Cards. We should stay as one united people regardless of race, language or religion.

In Parliament, I would be championing the plight of many Singaporeans especially PMETs whose jobs have been displaced. Many of them are in their 40s and 50s where they have relatively young children to look after and seniors as well. Singaporeans should be given first priority for jobs. Only when the necessary skillsets are unavailable, foreigners can be employed. We are not xenophobic but like any other country our own citizens need to be looked after first. Now, due to the Covid-19 crisis, many graduates are also facing immense difficulty finding meaningful employment. As a government, we need to look after them with some urgency and ensure that they have a decent livelihood.

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S Nallakaruppan

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Nee Soon

Nalla

About Nalla

Nalla graduated with a Bachelor of Accountancy Degree in 1988 from the National University of Singapore. He is a Chartered Accountant registered with the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants. He is currently working as an Investment Specialist in the Capital Markets and so far, he has accumulated 26 years of experience. Prior to this, he worked as a Regional Senior Accountant within the Schlumberger Group & as an Auditor with Ernst & Young.

As a Political Party we need to comply with a myriad of rules and regulations. As Party Treasurer, I have ensured that we comply with all statutory requirements and keep our books prim and proper. When we run Town Councils we’re confident to maintain the same ethos and comply with the various requirements as stipulated in the Town Councils Act.

Mahatma Gandhi’s well-respected quote “Be the change that you wish to see in the world”. I would like to be a catalyst to see changes happening in Singapore where every Singaporean matters. All Singaporeans deserve a better quality of life where they are able to partake in Singapore’s prosperity rather than only a select few. After 55 years of independence, we should identify ourselves as being Singaporeans rather than by Race as reflected in our National Registration Identity Cards. We should stay as one united people regardless of race, language or religion.

In Parliament, I would be championing the plight of many Singaporeans especially PMETs whose jobs have been displaced. Many of them are in their 40s and 50s where they have relatively young children to look after and seniors as well. Singaporeans should be given first priority for jobs. Only when the necessary skillsets are unavailable, foreigners can be employed. We are not xenophobic but like any other country our own citizens need to be looked after first. Now, due to the Covid-19 crisis, many graduates are also facing immense difficulty finding meaningful employment. As a government, we need to look after them with some urgency and ensure that they have a decent livelihood.

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