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Former Temasek Holdings chairman, S Dhanabalan, and former Supreme Court Judge Goh Joon Seng have been reappointed as presidential advisers for four more years.
SINGAPORE: Former Temasek Holdings chairman, S Dhanabalan, and former Supreme Court Judge Goh Joon Seng have been reappointed as presidential advisers for four more years.
They will advise the president on matters such as the spending of reserves, and the appointment of key personnel in the public service.
The present chairman of the Council of Presidential Advisers (CPA) is J Y Pillay.
The other members are Po'ad Bin Shaik Abu Bakar Mattar, Bobby Chin Yoke Choong and Lee Tzu Yang.
The two alternate members are Lim Chee Onn and Stephen Lee Ching Yen.
In other appointments, the Supreme Court will also have a new judicial commissioner -- Lee Kim Shin, who is a managing partner of Allen & Gledhill.
Judicial commissioners hold the same responsibilities as a judge but are usually appointed on a one-year basis.
With this new appointment, the Supreme Court will now have a total of 14 Judges, including the chief justice, and five judicial commissioners.