Public communications on the issue could have been better, indicates the Transport Minister.
While some MPs said it would cement public confidence in Singapore's judiciary, others expressed concern it would stem public discourse on matters of public interest.
The SGfuture engagement series should spur a movement, where Singaporeans come forward to co-create the future that they want, says Minister in the Prime Minister's Office Chan Chun Sing.
Among the changes made is the location of the new Rainforest Park, which was originally slated to be built in the southern area of Mandai Lake Road. The park will now be moved to the northern side to better protect the existing forest.
The changes to the Town Council Act have been in the pipeline for some time and is aimed at giving the government more oversight over town councils, as well as the power to investigate and take to task errant ones.
The plan signifies a fundamental relook at the way cybercrime is tackled, says Home Affairs Minister and Law Minister K Shanmugam.
ISIS has shown that it can attack anywhere, and that no country is safe says Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.
Governments must address the impulse to turn inwards – even as demands to put up barriers to immigration, free trade, and exchange of information by those who feel marginalised have intensified, said Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong at the 11th ASEM.
This follows Singapore’s granting of a 30-day visa waiver for Mongolian visitors several years ago.
There has been a steady increase in interest by Singapore companies to explore opportunities in Mongolia, says Singapore's non-resident ambassador to Mongolia Yip Wei Kiat.