Parliamentary Questions (16 January 2012)

I have filed one question for the Health Minister and two for the Transport Minister for the Parliamentary sitting on Monday 16 January 2012. I will also be making a speech during the debate on the Ministerial Salaries during the sittings between 16 and 18 January. Look out for the video on the CNA website.

I have filed one question for the Health Minister and two for the Transport Minister for the Parliamentary sitting on Monday 16 January 2012.

1. To ask the Minister for Health (a) whether means testing for patients at community hospitals and other step-down care facilities employs a different set of criteria from means testing for acute care hospitals; and (b) if so, what are these differences.

2. To ask the Minister for Transport (a) what measures has the Government put in place to ensure a sufficient level of competition among taxi operators; (b) whether these measures are adequate; and (c) whether further measures to ensure greater competition for the benefit of consumers will be implemented in the near future.

3. To ask the Minister for Transport whether the Committee of Inquiry on the MRT service disruptions will be investigating the regulatory structure and processes that are currently in place to ensure that MRT operators maintain high maintenance and safety standards; and (b) whether the Committee will be tasked to look into not just the recent major disruptions on the North-South line but also service disruptions on all MRT lines in the last two years.

Source: Parliament Order Paper

I will also be making a speech during the debate on the Ministerial Salaries during the sittings between 16 and 18 January. Look out for the video on the CNA website.

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