NCMP Lina Chiam on CPIB case: Revise government policy of high salaries

Yahoo! News Singapore, 25 Jul 2013
The Chairman of Singapore People’s Party (SPP), Lina Chiam, is the first opposition member to comment on the recent graft case involving a senior officer in the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB).
Chiam, who is also a Non-Constituency Member of Parliament (NCMP), released a statement on the opposition party’s website, which also referred to other recent corruption-related offences among civil servants.
In the statement, Chiam had “urgently” asked the government to fight corruption by tightening its system. In particular, she called for a revision of the government policy of paying high salaries to mitigate corruption in the public and civil service.
She asked, "Who will guard the guardians themselves against corruption?" Full story