NATIONAL SOLIDARITY PARTY

UNACCEPTABLE FOR RC TO FAVOUR NEW CITIZENS, S'POREANS MUST BE TREATED EQUALLY!

Former National Solidarity Party Secretary General Lim Tean does not accept Macpherson RC's explanation for selling cheaper open house tickets to new citizens. He said Grassroots leaders should have been aware of the sensitivity and demanded for Singaporeans to be treated equally.

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WELL DONE NSP'S LIM TEAN, BETTER TO RESIGN THAN BE ZIPPED UP!

When I heard news that Lim Tean has resigned from NSP, I wasnt surprised of the reasons for his resignation. Curtailment of his freedom of speech is one of it. Often times, it's the alternative parties that espouses freedom of speech but in reality, fall short of implementing it within its own organization. I encountered many times where alternative parties feel uneasy when its members are vocal about issues they feel strongly about. Issues like LGBT, Tudung issue, discrimination, religion, 377A, article 154 etc.

But of course not all of the alternative parties hold such unwritten rules. It depends on the leader at helm. Some may argue that members need to toe along the party lines to achieve unity within the organization but by doing so, it instead create artificial harmony within its rank. These parties are then no better than the PAP, the very one they hope to replace. In this aspect, I'm proud to be a part of The Reform Party where its leadership never once tried to curtail my freedom of speech as long as it is done in a responsible manner. I wish Lim Tean all the best. It is better to move away than to be in a party and gets zipped up. That can spell the end of democracy.

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REFLECTIONS ON GE2015 AS WE MOVE ON TOWARDS 2016

The younger generation overwhelmingly voted for PAP after seeing their parents and grandparents crying during the week of mourning for the deceased former prime minister.The passing of LKY is a one time occurrence, so PAP will not do any better than it has at this recent GE.

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TAN LAM SIONG PULLS OUT OF GE, THROWS SUPPORT BEHIND MRS LINA CHIAM

Former National Solidarity Party (NSP) secretary-general Mr Tan Lam Siong, who had earlier declared he would stand in Potong Pasir SMC as an independent candidate, has announced that he would pull out of the General Elections today.

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NSP ANNOUNCES NEW SEC-GEN, CANDIDATES WILL BE REVEALED ON TUESDAY

After weeks of being plagued by internal problems, the National Solidarity Party (NSP) appears to have finally straightened its affairs and resumed its war path towards the General Elections (GE). According to mainstream media, the NSP would appoint a new secretary-general Lim Tean, a legal consultant educated in Cambridge, and repeated its promise to announce its candidates on Nomination Day (1st September) tomorrow.

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FORMER NSP SEC-GEN HAZEL POA SPOTTED AT SDP WALKABOUT

The Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) turned up bright and early for its morning walkabout at Bukit Timah Market and Food Center yesterday - but what was surprising was the inclusion of Ms Hazel Poa, former secretary-general of the National Solidarity Party (NSP), who was dressed in the SDP's signature red attire.

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