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    PMO allegedly polls civil servants on Lee family dispute

    The Prime Minister’s office (PMO) has come under fire today for allegedly polling civil servants on the ongoing Lee family dispute and their opinions on whether the saga has cast aspersions on the name of public institutions.

    Facebook user Leslie Chew claims that someone sent him the following screenshots of an online poll and email that is allegedly from the PMO. One of the questions captured on the screenshot suggests that the PMO is trying to ascertain whether public service officers themselves have begun to doubt the integrity of public institutions, following the dispute going public.





    In his post, Leslie, a cartoonist, questioned: “Is it not an abuse of public resources for the PM to use the PMO to conduct the poll? If the PM wants some opinion about his family matters, shouldn’t he be using his own money to hire professional survey firms to conduct the poll instead of abusing taxpayers funded resources like this?

    “Is it not a waste of taxpayers’ monies paid to civil/public servants to be spending their working time participating in polls of the PM’s personal & private family matter instead of using the said time doing the actual job they are paid for – serving the people?”

    In just an hour since being uploaded, Leslie’s post has been widely shared with many commentators slamming the government for allegedly expending its resources into resolving this family matter.







    http://www.theindependent.sg/pmo-all...amily-dispute/
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    I would not be surprised that the PMO has ALREADY polled the PAP Political Army (PA) for they sycophantic support.

    Just like when Hougang town council HDB upgrading programme was finally endorsed by the PAP, PMO ordered that the favourable result be announced by the unelected PAP MP wannabe (I.e. PA advisor to grassroots organisations) https://singapore2025.wordpress.com/...oots-advisers/ .

    Civil servants are just the small parrots/ sock puppets. The strings are the coat-tail fat cat PAP MPs + defeated PAP politicians sitting as advisors in the PA as "adviser to grassroots organisations " for each political constituency.

    Just like DPRK President Kim Kong Il was elected with 100% during their National Elections, one can be certain that PM Lee HL survey achieved 100% endorsement from his indebted payroll of goons and thugs and other mercenaries masquerading as senior civil servants and MPs.



    The real purpose of the said survey is just an elaborate ceremony to confirm allegiance/ a veiled threat to support PAP. It has little/ nothing to do with better civil service performance/ democratic government .
    "The measure of a man is best defined by his sincerity, not the thickness of his wallet, nor the opulence of wealth" ~ Matthew 25:40: "The King will reply, 'I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me.'"- (NIV)

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