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4G leadership engages with Singaporeans

01 Jan 2020 2 min read

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Our political office holders are engaging and getting feedback from Singaporeans through various engagement opportunities.

One of them is the Ministerial Community Walkabouts (MCWs) where members of the 4G leadership visit across Singapore. The MCW was launched in July 2018 and by the end of this year, the 4G team would have completed 58 such walkabouts.

PAP’s 1st Assistant Secretary-General and Deputy Prime Minister Mr Heng said both PAP leaders and residents not only get to know each other better, but also for the 4G leaders to understand their concerns. These visits, which are done almost every week, will continue in the year ahead.

In his latest visit on Nov 24, 2019, Mr Heng visited the Geylang Serai wet market and food centre. The visit was hosted by Speaker of Parliament Mr Tan Chuan-Jin, who leads Marine Parade GRC. Mr Heng was accompanied by Minister for Manpower and Second Minister for Home Affairs Josephine Teo; and Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Ministry of Social and Family Development and Ministry of Education, Associate Professor Dr Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim.

From left: Minister Mr Chan Chun Sing, DPM Mr Heng Swee Keat and Mr Lim Swee Say at a Bedok South market visit on July 27, 2019. Mr Lim is an MP of East Coast GRC.
Minister Ms Grace Fu (fifth from left) hosting Minister Mr Lawrence Wong (sixth from left) and Senior Minister of State Chee Hong Tat (fourth from left) during a visit to her Yuhua constituency on Oct 20, 2019.
At Beo Crescent Market & Food Centre, Jalan Besar GRC MPs, Senior Minister of State Heng Chee How (first from left), Ms Denise Phua (sixth from left) and Dr Lily Neo (seventh from left) introduced Minister Mrs Josephine Teo (second from right) and Senior Parliamentary Secretary Ms Low Yen Ling (first from right) to their residents during the Ministerial Community Walkabout on Oct 20, 2019.

This article was first published in the Dec 2019 issue of Petir Magazine.