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Forward SG: Honesty needed about gaps in current social compact

Any update of the social compact should aim to make life easier for those who are struggling to get access to basic needs like food, housing and education.

The Forward SG exercise was launched on June 28 by Deputy Prime Minister Lawrence Wong. PHOTO: ST FILE
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Two recent events in Singapore helped set a context for understanding a new exercise to engage citizens to work on a joint road map to the future.

One was the decision by the Government to take back control of the Sports Hub from the consortium that has been running it.

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