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    The Optical The following links are to the Parliamentary Debates Official Reports when parliament sat on 28 Aug 2003 & 29 Aug 2003. The documents are in PDF
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 10, 2003
      The Optical

      The following links are to the Parliamentary Debates Official Reports
      when parliament sat on 28 Aug 2003 & 29 Aug 2003. The documents are
      in PDF format.

      TheOptical would like to direct your attention to the speeches made
      by Low Thia Khiang, Opposition MP (Workers' Party) for Hougang, and
      Chiam See Tong, Opposition MP (S'pore Peoples' Party) for Potong
      Pasir. Both spoke in the debate on Retuning the CPF.

      It should be obvious to one and all why we are asking you to read
      these two speeches.

      We have been BOMBARDED by the local media as to what the PAP MPs and
      Ministers had to say but almost no substantial coverage on what the
      Opposition MPs said in the debate on Retuning the CPF.

      Furthermore, when you do read these mostly biased media reports,
      you'll notice opinions/views are not sought from individuals like J B
      Jeyaretnam, Dr Chee Soon Juan, James Gomez and other non-PAP
      politicians as well as political activists and/or observers.

      Apparently, the bullshit is that only PAP MPs, Ministers and those
      closely connected to them care what happens to Singapore and it's
      people.

      That's local broadcast and print journalism for you on such major
      issues as the Retuning of the CPF.

      For Chiam See Tong's 28 Aug'03 speech on pages 78 to 82 please go to:
      http://www.parliament.gov.sg/Publication/Htdocs/20030828.pdf

      As for Low Thia Khiang's 29 Aug'03 speech on pages 23 to 32 please go
      to: http://www.parliament.gov.sg/Publication/Htdocs/20030829.pdf

      Source of parliament reports:
      http://www.parliament.gov.sg/Publication/Htdocs/Pub_parlp_report.html

      TheOptical




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