19 Dec '11, 4am

SMRT chief executive will not step down #Singapore

The 57-year-old said she was taking responsibility for the incidents but emphasised that now isn’t the right time for her to leave her post. “As CEO of SMRT, I am naturally responsible (for the breakdowns). Being responsible does not mean walking away from these faults; it means doing all I can to get the problem fixed," said Saw in a statement responding to calls for her to step down as CEO. "No good leader will leave the field when the battle is on. I am staying put now to do my work, and put everything right," she pointed out. From this statement, she is not implying that she is not resigning but staying just to finish her incomplete work than maybe she will tender in her resignation. And who know maybe she will also donate all her million $$ bonus next year for the investments in maintenance and upgrades of the MRT system. Let us give her a chance & also for us to drea...

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