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Ng Eng Hen responds to clarifications sought on Singapore Armed Forces and Other Matters Bill

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In Parliament on Tuesday (Aug 2), Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen responded to clarifications sought on the Singapore Armed Forces and Other Matters Bill. The Bill was passed. There was then a second reading of the Constitution of the Republic of Singapore (Amendment No. 2) Bill, which provides for the President to exercise discretionary powers in the appointment of the new Chief of the Digital and Intelligence Service. The second and third readings of this Bill were carried by a vote of not less than two-thirds of the House, with MPs from the Workers' Party objecting. *Audio issues inherent from source

In Parliament on Tuesday (Aug 2), Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen responded to clarifications sought on the Singapore Armed Forces and Other Matters Bill. The Bill was passed. There was then a second reading of the Constitution of the Republic of Singapore (Amendment No. 2) Bill, which provides for the President to exercise discretionary powers in the appointment of the new Chief of the Digital and Intelligence Service. The second and third readings of this Bill were carried by a vote of not less than two-thirds of the House, with MPs from the Workers' Party objecting. *Audio issues inherent from source

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