Marsiling yew tee grc meet the people session toa

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Mr Alex Yam was MP for Yew Tee ward in Chua Chu Kang GRC, while Straits Times: "I am holding my Meet-the-People session on Monday. By Type of MP. All MPs, Elected MPs Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC. Chen Show Mao. Mr Chen Show . Marsiling-Yew Tee GRC. Ong Ye Kung. PAP Representatives information and MPS details.

We pay the highest salaries in the world to our politicians only for them to be allowed to be our part-time representatives. Like working two full time jobs, what a joke. How many days does parliament sits? Look at the empty seats during parliament, 10 hours and they are complaining that they are like doing two jobs. Walk round their constituencies, stop joking, one does not see any MPs after the elections, easier to spot the Loch Ness than to see any MPs.

Once during an MP visit, by the time I open my door in respond to the doorbell, there is no one at the door other than a note stating that they were here and no one is in. What a load of hogwash. You idiots in 12 years only one time seat for 10 hours plus, so proud asked the reporters to tell the whole world.

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Don't worry next election we will release all of you from your hard work! Do you know what you are talking about? They don't even know how many commoners facing salary freez or even retrenchment during this tough years while our cost of living keep increasing by this so call "long hours effort" bad policy.

I never hear them complain about taking on more jobs when there is money to be made and now they think sitting down for hours serving the needs of people is a hard job?

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Now you know what kind of MPs you voted for. Aren't MP suppose to do it for the people of Singapore? Do not forget you are paid for it too. If you think too low or too tiring not worth it then make an exit then.

More than 10 hours only. It should be your passion! Having that knowledge of how the system works is useful," he says. As for Ms Cheng, who had been heavily involved with grassroots volunteering and shadowing MPs before the polls, the number of activities she attends a week has not changed since being elected.

But one difference for her is a pressure to live up to residents' expectations. But several branches had to be reconfigured due to population shifts.

This meant that the PAP needed to create several new branches and rename others. These local headquarters are where the MP meets residents during the MPS, where activists gather and where activities are planned and paperwork is done.

Limbang was one of these new branches. Despite being short of time and low on resources, the branch members swung into action to set up a small temporary branch office.

To notify residents of the new location, Mr Wong and his volunteers posted updates on social media, gave out leaflets at the old branch's location and put up fliers on noticeboards. That night, 40 constituents braved the haze to turn up. In the other room, we crammed all our volunteers in charge of registration, welfare, crafting letters, typing them and filing and documenting cases," says Mr Lim.

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Limbang activists are looking for a bigger and more accessible location, which should be ready by the year end or next year. Her branch office has to comfortably accommodate about people - 60 to 90 constituents who attend each session on average, and 20 to 30 volunteers.

The last thing we want to do is to create additional stress for them. Ms Sun is looking to document more of her MPS cases electronically. The new MPs also had to find a branch secretary, who would be their "point man" for many tasks. Mr Ong turned to the branch secretary he had worked with when he ran unsuccessfully in Kaki Bukit in He readily said yes," says Mr Ong.

One month after GE "But we do this because we believe this is an important way of reaching out to our residents and seeing how we can help improve their lives. If this subsequently translates into votes, that's a bonus, but I think as MPs, we have a responsibility to serve them well," he says.

Mr Chee has found that in his new role as a politician, he gets in touch with residents more directly than when he was a public servant. But his experience and network from his former life as a civil servant comes in handy when he petitions public agencies on behalf of his constituents. Having that knowledge of how the system works is useful," he says. As for Ms Cheng, who had been heavily involved with grassroots volunteering and shadowing MPs before the polls, the number of activities she attends a week has not changed since being elected.

But one difference for her is a pressure to live up to residents' expectations. But several branches had to be reconfigured due to population shifts. This meant that the PAP needed to create several new branches and rename others. These local headquarters are where the MP meets residents during the MPS, where activists gather and where activities are planned and paperwork is done.

Workers' Party trying to move forward Limbang was one of these new branches. Despite being short of time and low on resources, the branch members swung into action to set up a small temporary branch office.