Henry Kwek: Never forget your heart to serve

Local Chinese daily Shin Min Daily News interviewed Nee Soon GRC MP Henry Kwek Hian Chuan. In an article headlined “Henry Kwek focuses on residents”, Shin Min reported that Henry Kwek’s father Mr Kwek Theng Swee has been helping farmers and SMEs his whole life. Henry recalled that as his father was Chinese-educated, whenever his father needed to write to the authorities to appeal for these people, he would help. Naturally, he continued to serve the community as an adult.....

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Help sex workers transit out of the industry

Speech by Mr. Louis Ng Kok Kwang, MP for Nee Soon GRC at the Second Reading of the Women’s Charter (Amendment) Bill 2019 (Bill No. 29/2019) Introduction Sir, let me start by saying that I stand in support of the Bill. I do not doubt that there is a need to curb vice activities perpetuated through online platforms and I agree that this is a serious concern that must be addressed. I also support MHA’s intent to deprive vice syndicates of operating space,....

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Allowing the Supreme Court to better manage its caseload

Speech by Mr. Louis Ng Kok Kwang, MP for Nee Soon GRC at the Second Reading of the Constitution of the Republic of Singapore (Amendment) Bill (Bill No. 30/2019),Judges’ Remuneration (Amendment) Bill (Bill No. 31/2019) and Supreme Court of Judicature (Amendment) Bill (Bill No. 32/2019), Introduction Sir, the Constitution of the Republic of Singapore (Amendment) Bill, the Judges’ Remuneration (Amendment) Bill, and the Supreme Court of Judicature (Amendment) Bill (“SCJA Bill”) propose amendments to restructure the Supreme Court by introducing a new Appellate Division of the High Court.....

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Supporting firm action against those who knowingly let out their premises for vice activities

SPEECH BY ER DR LEE BEE WAH, MP FOR NEE SOON GRC, AT THE SECOND READING OF THE WOMEN’S CHARTER (AMENDMENT) BILL 2019 IN PARLIAMENT Mr Speaker Sir, We would have read of news reports about several prostitution syndicates rounded up by our Police. These syndicates were conducting their business on the internet, and some are even based overseas. Hence, the proposed regulations to bring harsher punishments to such syndicates are timely. I note that the Police have arrested people in a Telegram group that was sharing obscene videos and photos of women.....

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