Passport crime and World Cup matches for Parliament sitting
Members of Parliament have filed 90 questions for oral and written answer at the parliament sitting next Monday.
Among the questions for oral answer, checkpoints security - from an update on the review on security measures following an unauthorised entry on the 8th of March by a Malaysian driver to passport security, in light of the MH370 missing plane incident.
MP for Chua Chu Kang GRC Zaqy Mohamad wants to know what precautions are taken to prevent detection failure of fake passports.
Nee Soon GRC MP Dr Lim Wee Kiak and Jurong GRC MP David Ong also wanted to know what help has rendered Malaysia in the search for Flight MH370.
Marine Parade GRC MP, who's the MP for the Geylang Serai ward, wants an update on the management and handling of disamenities caused by the vice activities taking place between Geylang Lorong 24 and Geylang Lorong 42.
Meanwhile, several MPs want to know if the football World Cup matches can be made more affordable and accessible for viewers.
Mr Zaqy wants to find out about the factors behind a recent fare hike for World Cup screenings for pay-TV viewers.
And Mr Pritam Singh wants to know if the Ministry of Communications and Information would look into conducting a review of the regulatory framework and policies on the broadcast of popular soccer and sporting events in Singapore.
The House will also debate the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (Amendment) Bill, and the Geographical Indications Bill under the Law Ministry.
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