SINGAPORE - From Tuesday, all public servants will have to declare their visits to local casinos if they go more than four times a month, or if they purchase an annual pass.
The declaration must be made within seven days, said the Public Service Division on Monday.
For officers "whose misconduct will have significant reputational risk to the Public Service," every visit to a casino must be declared to their superiors, it added.
The new regulations come in the wake of several high-profile cases of misconduct by top public servants.
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