For society to mature, Singaporeans shouldn’t rely too much on Government to solve problems: MAS chief

For society to mature, Singaporeans shouldn’t rely too much on Government to solve problems: MAS chief

28/7/2021 7:50:00 PM

For society to mature, Singaporeans shouldn’t rely too much on Government to solve problems: MAS chief

SINGAPORE — Having a good government is Singapore's greatest strength but also its greatest vulnerability, because it is a single point of failure, the country’s central bank chief said.

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North Korea puts hazmat suits on parade for national day, but no missiles

SEOUL — North Korea celebrated the 73rd anniversary of its foundation with a night-time military parade in the capital, state media reported on Thursday (Sept 9), publishing photographs of marching rows of personnel in orange hazmat suits but no ballistic missiles.

terribly overpaid politician eg how much is the mayor of greater london paid compared to our part timer mayor? Don’t hear other ‘mature’ societies like US, Europe etc not stepping in when it’s people need them. Perhaps SG wants to be like ‘mature’ China, sweeping aside people to protect govt reputation. Is SG govt trying to shirk responsibility here?

Define 'too much' Govt stop creating problems for us But they are so much better at solving problems than we are 🥺 Never mind. Some of us knew that relying on a racist govt. was a mistake & solved our problems by ourselves & in the process we were able to outsmart the IDIOT govt. I totally agree if the government stops being paternal.

Then their pay should’ve been halved. 🤷🏽‍♂️

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