WP MP Sylvia Lim won't apologise in Parliament regarding GST hike comments

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    No apology needed. Firstly, Ms Lim is right in stating that she was voicing her opinion in her duty as an MP. Secondly, she made it clear that it was only her suspicion concerning the GST hike; she did not state it as a fact.

    And what about parliamentary privilege? How can you expect opposition MPs to say anything if they have to keep on apologising?
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    rokk
    Sylvia, you have expressed our concerns which the warlords hardly ever. Thank you.
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    Mike
    Bravo Bravo Bravo to SL, she did her homework.
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    ivan
    Ms Lim, please do not apologize, you have brought up question in the interest of Singaporeans. They have to provide an acceptable answer.
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    Lim
    She is doing her job as an opposition, a meeting is to bring out the question to discuss, why apologies?
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    Chan
    I support Sylvia Lim, No need to apologise
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    Mason Tan
    Pap ministers and mps should watch parliament outside Singapore , Britian , Taiwan , USA , Australia and all parliament , ministers and mps are suppose to ask tough and very tough question , non were asked to apologise whatsoever for many decades .
    If Sylvia ask this question outside Singapore parliament , she will get a very very strong applause by ministers , members of parliament and mps , but as usual its the opposite here in sg , asked her to apologise , really very very very strange .
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    GELP
    It is high time we should change the Government
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    OBOR
    pap has never apologise for its mistakes, isn't it.
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    thethethe
    If Parliament need to base on real fact .
    So why, That TBW can bring out her own Wayang story by indicating that its from her residents.
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