No one would believe Singapore Govt is really so bloody stupid.
#71
8-11-2019 6:51 PM
CanBeDone said:
After seeing sylvia defeating a Dpm cecaHeng ,i believe.

Ms Sylvia Lim, not only has a first degree in Law, she also possess a Master's degree in Law..... Thinking Thinking
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#72
8-11-2019 8:53 PM
debono said:
Ms Sylvia Lim, not only has a first degree in Law, she also possess a Master's degree in Law..... Thinking Thinking

The best is not to know anything about law but only know how to sue.
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#73
8-11-2019 10:04 PM
sukhoi35 said:
The best is not to know anything about law but only know how to sue.

For suing the ruling party members will be the eventual winners......
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#74
8-11-2019 10:06 PM
debono said:
For suing the ruling party members will be the eventual winners......

Maybe Singapore Taxpayers should sue the Govt for negligence for losing S$ 4,000,000,000 in Amaravati project.
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#75
Today, the loss of S$ 4,000,000,000 has screwed up Singapore's more than 50 years, good reputation.

No excuse, this govt must be held responsible..
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#76
Warren Buffett says the secret to great investing is to wait.
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#77
9-11-2019 5:57 AM
sukhoi35 said:
Today, the loss of S$ 4,000,000,000 has screwed up Singapore's more than 50 years, good reputation.

No excuse, this govt must be held responsible..

I can't understand how a big company like TH/GIC can lose so much money to another country. Can the company be held responsible for it, or has the citizens the right to sue them...... Laughing Laughing
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#78
LKY must be crying in heaven.
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#79
9-11-2019 3:32 AM
sukhoi35 said:
Maybe Singapore Taxpayers should sue the Govt for negligence for losing S$ 4,000,000,000 in Amaravati project.

that's about 3 times the total GST collected in a year.

better cancel the GST instead of donating to other countries.

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#80
9-11-2019 7:28 AM
debono said:
I can't understand how a big company like TH/GIC can lose so much money to another country. Can the company be held responsible for it, or has the citizens the right to sue them...... Laughing Laughing
S$ 4 000 000 000 is humongous amount of monies

The citizens have the rights to sue those responsible..

No excuse for tarnishing Singapore long established good reputation.
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