04 Jan '12, 4am

28% pay cut for PM, 31% cut for entry-level ministers proposed by ministerial salary review committee

The committee to review ministers' salaries has recommended a pay cut of 31 per cent for a minister at entry grade, and a cut of 28 per cent for the Prime Minister. -- ST PHOTO: DESMOND LIM By Lydia Lim, Deputy Political Editor The committee to review ministers' salaries has recommended a pay cut of 31 per cent for a minister at entry grade, and a cut of 28 per cent for the Prime Minister. The government intends to accept the committee's recommendations, the Prime Minister said in a letter to the committee released on Wednesday. That means the salary of a minister at entry level will be cut to $1.1 million. This is down from the current actual salary which stood at $1.58 million in 2010. The Prime Minister's salary will also be adjusted to $2.2 million, down from the 2010 salary of $3.07 million. The President's annual salary will be cut by 51 per cent to $1.54 million. Th...

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