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MPs took 'firm and unequivocal stance' against racism and xe

Postby gmong on Wed Sep 15, 2021 8:34 am

MPs took 'firm and unequivocal stance' against racism and xenophobia during
debate about foreign labour


Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Wednesday (Sep 15) that he was glad that Members of Parliament
(MPs) took a "firm and unequivocal stance against racism and xenophobia" during a 10-hour debate
in Parliament.

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The MPs "firmly rejected attempts to use Singaporeans’ fears and anxieties to divide and weaken us", said
Mr Lee in a Facebook post, adding that it "bodes well" for Singapore's future.

Early Wednesday morning, Parliament passed a motion by Finance Minister Lawrence Wong on securing
Singaporeans' job and livelihoods, after a 10-hour debate that started on Tuesday afternoon and carried
on past midnight.

Parliament also rejected a competing motion by NCMP Leong Mun Wai (PSP), who called on the Government to
"take urgent and concrete action to address widespread anxiety among Singaporeans on jobs and livelihoods
caused by the foreign talent policy".

The motions were debated together but voted on separately.

Mr Lee said that the 10-hour debate was important.

"At stake were not just our policies on foreigners, but the values of our society, and our confidence and
resolve to face an uncertain world, and chart our way forward together," he said.

"Foreigners who live and work here contribute to our economy and society. They are very much a part of our
local community," the Prime Minister added.

Mr Wong's motion acknowledged Singaporeans' anxieties about jobs and competition in a "globalised and
fast-changing economy", while affirming Singapore's need to stay open to the world

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