17 Aug '11, 8am

"What would you do if you disagreed strongly with the Cabinet?" #SGpresident candidates give their reply.

"What would you do if you disagreed strongly with the Cabinet?" #SGpresident candidates give their reply.

(from left) Tan Kin Lian, Tan Cheng Bock, Tony Tan and Tan Jee Say. -- ST PHOTO: Kevin Lim The second segment of Tuesday afternoon's Presidential Roundtable involved Straits Times social media editor Ng Tze Yong posing five questions to the presidential hopefuls. The questions were deemed the Top 5 among 500 questions submitted by the public over three days last week, in response to a call by The Straits Times. Each candidate was given one minute to answer each of the five questions. Read the full transcript of their answers to Question 5 below. (Text has been lightly edited for greater clarity) Ng Tze Yong: For the final question, which is a free for all, whoever wants to go first may do so. Similar rule applies: 1 minute. This is the question that received the most number of votes and it comes from Juliana Ho via e-mail. What would you do if you disagree strongly with a ...

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