08 Jun '11, 1am

Ministerial salary review committee asks for more views on ministers' pay; deadline for submission is Jun 20

Ministerial salary review committee asks for more views on ministers' pay; deadline for submission is Jun 20

Chairman of the ministerial salary review committee Gerard Ee called for more ideas from the public. -- ST PHOTO: WANG HUI FEN THE committee set up to review ministerial salaries met for the first time on Saturday to consider a slew of suggestions for a new formula - and yesterday called for more ideas. Chairman Gerard Ee promised that the eight-member committee, set up by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on May 21, will 'consider every one of them for their suitability and appropriateness'. Mr Ee asked that additional views be sent by June 20 via e-mail or normal mail. 'While the Prime Minister has not given us a timeline to deliver on our recommendations, we do want to get down to work as soon as possible, hence the deadline for sharing your ideas,' he said in a statement last night. 'You have our assurance that we will consider all inputs. We would appreciate it if contri...

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