We should have more of such "special" reports!
I must say the report from KPMG has been very impressive.
A lot of dirt was dug up. In fact there was so much dirt that I am surprised that it was so easily hidden for so many years.
Makes you wonder 2 possibilities
1) That it is extremely easy to hide your dirty dealings in Singapore.
2) If you go out searching for dirt, you will find it.
So is Singapore really clean?
Maybe we should have random "special" reports that focus on finding dirt on various GLC's , stat boards, Ministries etc. That way it would keep all of them on their toes.
However I suspect the "special" reports would somehow change it's objectives to NOT finding dirt after some time.
One way to circumvent that problem is to then have random accounting firms conduct "special" reports to find dirt on the accounting firm that is supposed to find dirt. Better to randomly select foreign accounting firms to then do "special" reports on the random accounting firms that conduct "special" report to find dirt on the accounting firms that are supposed to find dirt.
Guess there's no end huh?
Scrap that idea! I am an idiot.