Month: March 2011

PM Lee, I will definitely vote calmly

Written by Ng E-Jay 28 March 2011 Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has urged the electorate to “calm down, and detach yourself, think carefully before you vote“. [1] He spoke these words at a community event in Ang Mo Kio on Sunday, during which he advised Singaporeans to think carefully and calmly about the long-term […]

Don’t Look Left or Right

Written by Dr Wong Wee Nam 22 Mar 2011 There is a Chinese saying which goes like this: 王顾左右而言他。Translated it means “The King looked left and right and talked about other things”. It is used in reference to a person who tries to evade an issue in discussion by going off into some other subjects. […]

Where will Chiam contest?

UPDATED 21 March 2011: Since it is becoming increasingly unlikely for Reform Party to field a GRC team at West Coast, it is also increasingly unlikely for Chiam to join Kenneth Jeyaretnam in a GRC battle. The likely outcome is Chiam contesting Bishan-Toa Payoh, but with a chance he may back down from a GRC […]

List of constituencies eyed by the Opposition — updated 21 march

SINGLE MEMBER CONSTITUENCIES Bukit Panjang: Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) (confirmed) Hong Kah North: Reform Party (RP), Singapore People’s Party (SPP) Hougang: Workers’ Party (WP) (confirmed) Joo Chiat: WP, independent (Andrew Kuan) Mountbatten: National Solidarity Party (NSP) (confirmed) Pioneer: NSP, RP Potong Pasir: SPP (confirmed) Punggol East: WP, Singapore Democratic Alliance (SDA) Radin Mas: RP, SDA, […]

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