I agree with the concern expressed by Raymond Lee on the conduct of the Committee of Inquiry on the breakdown of the MRT trains. http://www.todayonline.com/Voices/EDC120419-0000095/MRT-inquiry-seems-to-be-moving-on-the-wrong-track
The COI is supposed to be a fact finding exercise, but has turned out to be a "finger-pointing" exercise. It reflects the bad culture in Singapore that we should be ashamed of - pointing fingers, unwilling to take responsibility. Our leaders should avoid setting a bad example.
I am also concerned about the use of expensive lawyers, which will ultimately be paid out by the taxpayers and the commuters.
I ask our government leaders to act more responsibility in discharging their duties, in spending public funds and take care of the public interest.