Despite serious reservations by Singaporeans and the mounting measures being implemented to curb the spread of coronavirus, the government has not ruled out holding an election in the midst of the pandemic.
At the end Wednesday’s trading (March 18), the DJIA was down 1,338 points to close at 19,898.92, or just 0.8% higher than the day Trump was sworn in as president.
This upcoming General Elections will be the final opportunity for the SPP to make some headway in its electoral performance.
According to the Washington Post, Trump and members of his administration have contradicted other Trump officials at least 14 times on various parts of the coronavirus response over the past 30 days.
As countries scramble to contain the Coronavirus, health experts have warned that the United States remains woefully unprepared for an outbreak.
“How can they expect normal citizens to contribute to eliminating the potential risk of person-to-person spread if hospitals are waiting to charge us $3,270 for a simple blood test and a nasal swab?”
This, he said, would teach people to buy responsibly, and prevent people from hoarding first only to return items later on.
‘it’s easier to dam a river than it is to silence the voice of the people’
The proposal is aimed at establishing the right of citizens to request information from public agencies and establishing requirements for public bodies to comply with those request.