17 Dec '11, 8am

Clamour grows for SMRT CEO to step down #Singapore

There should not even be a need for the public to even petition for her to step down. She should have the initiative to step down upon a mistake. To put it in fair facts, none of the mistakes of vandalism/breakdowns are committed by her, but we all know she is the person in charge. It is a re-enactment of our dear limp prisoner escaping from so many eyes, yet the person in-charge is not willing to step down. I am further more applauded when she had the guts to say that she will consider resignation if the public demands for it. If saw phaik hwa wants to admit that she is greedy for money, fine i will allow her to stay on as the moneyface CEO. Otherwise, there is no more reason to allow her to stay on as her CEO position, not after having 2 breaches, not after having multiple breakdowns, not after commenting that people can squeeze into trains where one can see the pores of...

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