Parliamentary Questions filed by Mr Louis Ng on 4 and 5 April 2022
Mr Louis Ng Kok Kwang: To ask the Minister for Finance whether a single unwed mother who gets married to the father of their child and subsequently gets a divorce, will be able to qualify for the Parenthood Tax Rebate and the Working Mother’s Child Relief.
Mr Louis Ng Kok Kwang: To ask the Minister for National Development (a) whether the Ministry has data on the mean and median number of lactation rooms in (i) all buildings and business parks with a Gross Floor Area (GFA) of 10,000 square metres or more and (ii) Government buildings with a GFA of 10,000 square metres or more; and (b) if these data are not available, whether the Ministry will start collecting them.
Mr Louis Ng Kok Kwang: To ask the Minister for Manpower with regard to registered companies in Singapore that did not hire work pass holders for the past five years (a) what is the number of such registered companies annually; and (b) what is the percentage of such registered companies annually.
Mr Louis Ng Kok Kwang: To ask the Minister for Manpower (a) whether any penalties will be imposed on employers for not providing their migrant domestic worker with a day off once a month when it becomes mandatory by the end of 2022; and (b) if so, what are the penalties.
Mr Louis Ng Kok Kwang: To ask the Minister for Health for each year in the past five years, what are the mean and median overtime hours worked per month per nurse and per doctor respectively.
Mr Louis Ng Kok Kwang: To ask the Minister for Transport (a) whether the Ministry has studied how floorboards of commercial lorries used to ferry workers can be strengthened for seat belts to be effective in the event of an accident similar to what is done for school buses; (b) so, what are the findings and whether such findings can be made public; and (c) if such a study has not been conducted, whether the Ministry will conduct such a study.
Mr Louis Ng Kok Kwang: To ask the Prime Minister (a) for each year in the past five years, how many suspicious financial transaction reports related to wildlife crime have been filed; (b) how does the Government determine whether there is underreporting of suspicious transactions relating to wildlife crime; and (c) what is the Government doing to ensure that financial institutions keep a lookout and file such reports.