22 May '11, 4pm

thereformparty:

The Reform Party’s Response to the Setting Up of A Committee to Review Ministerial Pay Published: 23rd May 2011 The Reform Party notes the news that the PM has set up a committee to review Ministerial salaries*, to be headed by the chairman of the National Kidney Foundation, Mr. Gerard Ee. We would like to point out that reducing ministerial salaries and replacing the current Key Performance Indicators such as GDP growth by a set of KPI directly linked to our citizens’ welfare was the nineteenth pledge in our election manifesto. To quote directly: “19. Reduce waste and inefficiency in government starting with slashing ministerial salaries and replacing it with performance-linked earnings tied to indicators directly related to your welfare.” ** And it was also stated in our election flyer: The Reform Party will work to ensure that policies introduced will focus on increasin...

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