Media Report extracts
by: Little Wiseman
After reading the various reports and debates in Parliament, i would think that the key considerations should be >>>
(1) policy-makers should define clearly What Are The short-mid-long term targets & progress blueprints for Singapore; and not in broadbrush.
(2) Explain that whether the projected 2 – 3% growth rates going forward can SUSTAIN a population up to 6.9 million?! In term of job creation, wage structure, inflationary pressure etc. etc.
(3) Can a nation maintains unity and cohesion in crisis only with 55% citizens in total population mix?
(4) Is there any MEANING for 6.5 – 6.9 million population (if it really happens) IF THERE’s NO GOOD ANSWER TO THE ABOVE THREE QUESTIONS.
These are the 2-cents worth of contribution to the “big debate”…
Hope the MPs can focus on the real issues and impact; each should give their own justifiable answer/solution for public debates and not pointing fingers.