As unrealistic as the odds may seem in Singapore’s context, whoever standing for the elections must have concrete plans to help Singapore get through the COVID-19 crisis and to take the country forward.
A party full of hypocrites with an axe to grind, to settle their scores with the PAP
It appears that PSP, along with other opposition parties, have assumed that we are business as usual, politics as usual. Instead of coming up with concrete plans to help Singapore see through and to emerge stronger from this COVID-19 crisis, PSP and the other parties including WP, SDP have chosen to focus on lofty visions and ideals, longer-term needs and concerns instead of what is really at stake — lives and livelihoods.
How are they going to balance the books?
By adopting a distinctly different strategy this GE, will Pritam Singh alienate the traditional WP supporter base?
A wolf in sheep’s clothing and a wily old fox. Singaporeans deserve better. Lee Hsien Yang’s official declaration as a Progress Singapore Party (PSP) member turned into a media circus at Tiong Bahru market yesterday. Coincidentally (or is it not), Tiong Bahru market falls under Tanjong Pagar GRC, which was the PAP’s stronghold and a…
The PAP is in for a hard fight. The Opposition has a good chance of making gains.
The Parliament has been dissolved and Singaporeans from all walks of life will be called to the votes soon.
The latter wished wished fellow Singaporeans a “Happy Secession Day” on our National Day.
TCB also criticised CSJ for his megalomaniac behaviour.