“I am assuring Egyptians and investors and everyone who hears me, God willing, that it will be safe and completely stable,” says Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi in an exclusive interview with Channel NewsAsia.
Mr Ong Teik Seng, Mr Sunny Wong and Mr Abu Mohamed are first-time candidates on the six-member team contesting Pasir Ris-Punggol GRC.
While the move is voluntary, some observers say smaller firms may struggle to cope with the additional strain on manpower.
There are 4,000 copies of the 64-page book, which aims to combat political apathy among first-time voters at the General Election on Sep 11.
AHPETC would have a surplus of S$1.65 million if the Ministry of National Development disbursed Service and Conservancy Charges Operating Grants for FY 2014/2015 says town council chairman Sylvia Lim.
The Singapore dollar drops to 1.4128 late in Asian trading on Monday (Aug 31), hitting levels last seen in 2009.
The SPP candidate aims to run town council professionally and raise S$100,000 for a community bursary, among other plans.
Both countries mark 50 years of diplomatic relations next year. Speaking at a state banquet hosted in honour of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi, President Tony Tan Keng Yam notes both Republics have enjoyed close relations between their governments and people over the years.
Most have revealed their potential candidates, including two parties which are fielding a slate of 11 each. But independents could cause a few surprises on Nomination Day.
Three skincare products which are sold online have been found to contain undeclared and prohibited potent ingredients like mercury and hydroquinone, says the Health Sciences Authority.