On fraudulent websites, accidents involving cyclists and infant care in Yishun

Parliamentary Questions from MP Lee Bee Wah on 8 July 1) To ask the Minister for Home Affairs with regard to fraudulent websites and fake social media accounts using the names of Singapore Ministers (a) whether the perpetrators have been caught; (b) what penalties will they face; and (c) what action is being taken against pages that are still active. Response 2) To ask the Minister for Manpower (a) what are the penalties for foreign domestic workers who give false information or accuse employers wrongly;....

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On SingPost services and CPF payouts

Parliamentary Questions from MP Henry Kwek on 8 July 1) To ask the Minister for National Development whether HDB will consider allowing applicants who have not reached the age of 55 but have bigger families and in financially tight situations to purchase not just 2-room Flexi flats, but also new 3-room HDB flats. Response 2) To ask the Minister for Communications and Information (a) whether he can provide an update on the current standard of service by SingPost;....

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On reducing single-use plastics and helping single parents with housing

Parliamentary Questions from MP Louis Ng on 8 July 1) To ask the Minister for Defence for the National Day Parade 2019 funpack (a) whether a reusable water bottle can be provided instead of a single-use plastic bottle; (b) whether alternatives to the plastic bag provided have been considered; and (c) whether the unused poncho collection points can be used to collect other unused funpack items or unwanted funpack bags. Response 2) To ask the Minister for the Environment and Water Resources whether the Ministry will consider having (i) designated areas for recycling bins at each HDB block,....

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Supporting harsher punishment for reckless driving

SPEECH BY ER DR LEE BEE WAH, MP FOR NEE SOON GRC, AT THE SECOND READING OF THE ROAD TRAFFIC (AMENDMENT) BILL IN PARLIAMENT ON 8 JULY Mr Speaker Sir, Road traffic casualties often have severe implications on victims and their families. If the victim is injured, it means that he has to take time off work, which could result in loss of income or employment. In more serious cases when the victim sustains a disability,....

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