22 May '11, 1am

Singapore ministers' could get a pay cut soon.

The new Cabinet sworn in at the Istana yesterday. SINGAPORE ministers could get a paycut soon. Calling the “substantial discount” that is in the works “a different model from the current one”, Mr Gerard Ee told The New Paper last night the revised version would better “reflect the ethos and value of public service”. Mr Gerard Ee is now the head of a task force to review ministerial pay. The pay of everyone in office - “from the president to Prime Minister Lee and the parliamentary secretaries” - is up for review. More in The New Paper on Sunday (May 22).

Full article: http://www.tnp.sg/content/substantial-discount-ministers-pay

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