Er. Dr. Lee Bee Wah met and chatted with her residents on the first day of the SG50 Fun Pack distribution for Nee Soon South.
Sharks fin, secondhand smoke and students on financial assistance scheme
Parliamentary Questions from Louis Ng, 14-15 Jan 2019
1.To ask the Prime Minister (a) whether sharks fin is still being served at events organised by or for the public service; and (b) whether sharks fin will be served at future events organised by or for the public service.
Answer: Mr Chan Chun Sing (for the Prime Minister): Public agencies abide by the
procurement principles of fairness, transparency and value-for-money. Agencies decide
on their respective menus based on what is prudent and appropriate for the occasion…..
Help ex-offenders support inmates
Speech by Mr. Louis Ng Kok Kwang, MP for Nee Soon GRC at the Second Reading of the Misuse of Drugs (Amendment) Bill [Bill no. 51/2018]
Sir, I stand in support of the Bill. It is important to review the existing framework to ensure that we are up to date with the evolving drug landscape. I would like to seek a few clarifications and offer some suggestions.
Effectiveness of penalties as deterrence
I am happy to note that the proposed amendments as a whole reflect a move towards strengthening rehabilitation for drug offenders,….
Deter act of influencing others to do drugs
SPEECH BY ER DR LEE BEE WAH, MP FOR NEE SOON GRC, AT THE SECOND READING OF MISUSE OF DRUGS (AMENDMENT) BILL IN PARLIAMENT ON 15 JAN 2019
Despite repeated efforts by law enforcement agencies, the problem of drug trafficking and drug abuse is still an issue in Singapore. A whole menu of drugs from cannabis, heroin, methamphetamine and others are commonly abused by the teens and older persons, including women. In light of this,….