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4 results found for: if we cannot trust a politician to tell the truth we cannot trust him to safeguard public funds to put the public interest ahead.
Article House asks WP's Lim, Low to stand down from AHTC's financial matters
By: GRACE HO SENIOR POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (FRONT PAGE TOP OF NEWS)  06/11/2019
graceho@sph.com.sg SEE TOP OF THE NEWS A6&7 A MATTER OF TRUST If we cannot trust a politician to tell the truth, we cannot trust him to safeguard public funds, to put the public interest ahead of personal gain, or to make decisions in the best interests of Singapore and Singaporeans. '' DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER HENG SWEE KEAT   (808 words)
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Picture The Straits Times  (OPINION)  07/11/2019
Because if we cannot trust a politician to tell the truth, we cannot trust him to safeguard public funds, to put the public interest ahead of personal gain, or to make decisions in the best interests of Singapore and Singaporeans.For this reason, we have always taken any accusations of dishonesty against political leaders very seriously.Certainly, the
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Picture The Straits Times  (TOP OF THE NEWS)  06/11/2019
“If we cannot trust a politician to tell the truth, we cannot trust him to safeguard public funds, to put the public interest ahead of per-sonal gain, or to make decisions in the best interests of Singapore and Singaporeans,” he told the House.This, he added, was why the Peo-ple’s Action Party (PAP) had always taken accusations of dishonesty
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Online Parliament votes in favour of motion calling on WP MPs Sylvia Lim and Low Thia Khiang to recuse themselves from AHTC financial matters
By: GRACE HO,   The Straits Times Online  The Straits Times Online  05/11/2019
"Because if we cannot trust a politician to tell the truth, we cannot trust him to safeguard public funds, to put the public interest ahead of personal gain, or to make decisions in the best interests of Singapore and Singaporeans."   (1661 words)
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