Month: April 2011
On Thursday, Mr Yeo said that the WP has placed upon Aljunied residents the “burden” of the opposition cause and the task of supporting the larger interests of the opposition at the potential expense of their own “enlightened self interest”.
By Samuel Lai (netizen) Dearest PAP, You have been running Singapore like a business, like a corporation, where you are the top management, where the people of Singapore are your employees and where all other institutions like education, health and transport, are your subsidiaries. No sir, this is not Singapore Pte Ltd, and we are […]
When the Singapore Democratic Party announced that it is coming to contest here (in Holland Bukit-Timah), I was very excited and looking forward to see a good fight.
SDP proposes to reduce GST from 7 to 3 per cent and remove GST for essentials such as rice, oil and medicine. It also wants to halve utilities fees, reduce public transport fares by 20 per cent and increase spending on the poor. The measures also include implementing minimum wage for workers.
NATIONAL Solidarity Party (NSP) Secretary-General Goh Meng Seng has suffered a family tragedy. His elder brother, Mr David Goh Meng Hee, who is in his mid-50s, died of a heart attack early on Thursday morning. The elder Mr Goh was a businessman, a member of the Workers’ Party and the NSP’s principal election agent for […]
WP scored 43.9% of the vote in Aljunied in the last general elections. Although the PAP has gerrymandered the boundaries so as to remove key areas that showed strong support for the opposition, the WP stands an even better chance than before, for reasons that are laid out below.
Source: STRAITS TIMES, 27 April 2011, 11am WORKERS’ Party chief Low Thia Khiang and four WP candidates, including chairman Sylvia Lim and corporate lawyer Chen Show Mao, arrived at Deyi Secondary School in Ang Mo Kio on Wednesday morning, in the clearest sign that the WP team is set to contest Aljunied GRC. Mr Low, […]
We have a watershed elections at our doorstep. Today is Nomination Day and polling day is less than two weeks ago. Now is the time to focus squarely on the issues that affect all Singaporeans, and not be sidetracked into foolishness.