From the Gallery: Talk about opportunities in debate on jobs and foreigners, but do it responsibly

Singapore may never fully get there, but steps are being taken to refresh the social compact and build a fairer and more inclusive society. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Less than an hour into the debate on the motions on jobs and foreign talent on Tuesday (Sept 14), I thought: What a long night this is going to be.

Much of it was due to the protracted exchanges between Progress Singapore Party Non-Constituency MP Leong Mun Wai and members of the House. And indeed, the debate went on past midnight.

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