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PostSubject: GUIDELINES ON PLAYING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM   24th January 2009, 11:08

  1. Dignity and decorum must always be observed in the playing and singing of the National Anthem.
  2. The singing of the National Anthem is to be encouraged whenever it is played. Emcees should request everyone present to sing and, where possible, a singer or choir should lead the mass singing.
  3. Both public and private organizations are encouraged to play and sing the National Anthem on all occasions pertaining to National Day celebrations and at events of national significance (sports, community, government and corporate events), as appropriate.
  4. Preferably, the full version should be sung on all occasions. The abridged version could be played for less formal occasions, as appropriate. In this case, no singing and saluting are required.
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