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No need to pay interest to the maid ah? Just withhold the money as she like it? And 15k of fine? Pay to the gov? After all these trouble the maid gone through, she only taken back what she deserves, without a single cent more?
他妈的，maid also human and she need to send money home to feed her family. This lady LJ She better be a hungry ghost lah!
Aiyyyaahhhh mani Singaporeans like to keep helpers salary, they make excuse that they don't want helpers spend anyhow n bla bla bla.When helpers asking for money to send home, employer even can say, don't send to much lahh, late your family finished your money, you working so hard n the enjoying. Here send $200. Hahhahah maid only going to the room n crying, how I do to support my family with this $200 for 6mnt work at Singapore??????I jialaattt lahhh working with this type of animals
If the PAP paid a price for every anti-democratic change it has made to our constitution, it would have been out of power a long time ago. By constantly changing the rules, threatening the electorate and controlling the media, it has managed to rule Singapore with minimum accountability and maximum impunity.
Singapore cannot sustain such abuse for much longer, not without doing lasting damage to our survival. The SDP will continue to do everything we can to bring about much needed change.
Take the Elected Presidency (EP). In order to get one of his own elected to the office, Mr Lee had to ring-fence the election for Malays, the stated reason being that we have not had a Malay president since Yusof Ishak. But the maneuver contradicts the raison détre for the office, to wit, safeguarding our reserves. This being the case, shouldn't the nation be picking the best possible citizen, regardless of the melanin in his or her skin, to do the job?
No, the real reason for the change of the EP rules is that the PAP-endorsed candidate, Dr Tony Tan, came to losing within a hair's breadth to Dr Tan Cheng Bock in the presidential elections in 2011. It was a scary moment for the rulers and to ensure that the presidency remained firmly in their grasp, the EP had to be further restricted.