Find out the key points of MND's Committee of Supply (COS) Debate speeches, including links to more information about MND's COS announcements. 

MND's COS speeches will be delivered by Minister Desmond Lee, Second Minister Indranee Rajah, Senior Minister of State Sim Ann, Minister of State Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim and Minister of State Tan Kiat How on 4 March 2021.

Read the full speeches from MND's COS 2021

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• Speech by Minister Desmond Lee: Building a More Resilient, Inclusive and Sustainable City and Home

• Speech by Second Minister Indranee Rajah: Reimagining Singapore Together

• Speech by Senior Minister of State Sim Ann: Well-Maintained, Connected, and Caring Neighbourhoods

• Speech by Minister of State Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim: Supporting Vulnerable Citizens

• Speech by Minister of State Tan Kiat How: Seizing Opportunities to Transform the Construction Industry

• Speech by Minister Desmond Lee at the joint segment on sustainability under Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment's COS by Singapore Green Plan 2030 ministries: A City in Nature, a Greener Urban Environment

Press release / Factsheet
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You can also refer to these press releases or factsheet on our key announcements: 

• Joint MND-HDB press release: Ensuring Public Housing Remains Affordable, Inclusive, and Liveable


• NParks factsheet: Updates on City in Nature

• NParks factsheet: City in Nature Vision 

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Budget 2021

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Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat delivered the Budget on 16 February 2021.

Read the full Budget 2021 speech here.