Shanmugam: If I think something is wrong, I want to call it out

It does the country no good if leaders are not forthright in their public views and, at the same time do not deal honestly with controversial statements or allegations of great importance to the nation. Home Affairs and Law Minister K Shanmugam made this point recently in an exclusive interview with Lianhe Zaobao. So it becomes even more necessary for leaders to challenge the premise of false allegations made not just to the public but also as a submission of facts to Parliament,....

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We Promised, We Delivered

Nee Soon MPs: We Promised, We Delivered   Dear residents, In 2015, we made a promise to rejuvenate Nee Soon.  This website and map sets out what has been achieved. Nee Soon boasts the biggest mall in the North, a new hawker centre, and many new parks. Three out of five of our community clubs (CC) are brand new, including Singapore’s first CC in a mall. We have upgraded most of the eligible flats and amenities.....

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Trust and Inequality

SPEECH BY MINISTER FOR HOME AFFAIRS & MINISTER FOR LAW MR K SHANMUGAM, AT THE LAUNCH OF THE RED CROSS JUNIOR CLUB & PROJECT C.A.R.E., ON 20 APR 2018, AT OUR TAMPINES HUB   I’m pleased to be at this event, to launch Red Cross Junior Club and Project C.A.R.E.   This Red Cross Junior, is an expansion of the Red Cross movement, looking at children aged 5 to 6. Really, get our young children to have that humanitarian spirit.....

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Securing a Safer Singapore, Together

Ministry of Home Affairs Committee of Supply Debates 2018- Speech by Mr K Shanmugam, Minister for Home Affairs and Minister for Law 1. I thank the honourable members for their comments. OVERVIEW OF SAFETY AND SECURITY SITUATION 2. Singapore continues to be a safe, secure city. We were ranked 1st in the Gallup Global Law and Order Report 2017. The Economist Intelligence Unit Safe Cities Index 2017 ranked us 2nd behind Tokyo. 3. The public’s trust and confidence in the Home Team continues to be high.....

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