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Gilbert Goh Says SDP Will Win A Seat In Next GE With Calmer Chee Soon Juan And Paul Tambyah

Gilbert Goh Says SDP Will Win A Seat In Next GE With Calmer Chee Soon Juan And Paul Tambyah

Former GE candidate and now socio-political activist and goodwill volunteer Gilbert Goh says that the SDP can finally win a seat at the next GE, with a more calmer Chee Soon Juan and Paul Tambyah. Chee and SDP have been generally known to be very forceful and vocal in their policies and anti PAP speeches.

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PAUL TAMBYAH: S'PORE CUT DEFENCE SPENDING SINCE 2009 BUT NOT LESS SECURE

In response to a forum letter writer, Mr Roy Goh Hin Soon, who criticized the Singapore Democratic Party's (SDP) proposals to reduce defence spending, Dr Paul Tambyah points out that the Singapore government has reduced its defence spending since 2009 with no visible reduction in Singapore's overall security.

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WHY DID SDP CEC VOTE IN POLITICAL LIGHTWEIGHT WONG AS SDP CHAIRMAN?

During GE2015, I was enthralled with the resurgent SDP, an SDP who had credible, knowledgable and professional candidates to stand for elections. People like Dr Paul Tambyah or Mr Damanhuri Abbas who clearly knew their stuff. Dr Paul is a potential Health Minister waiting in the wings while Mr Abbas understands the concerns of the Malay community at the back of his palm. I have to be frank, when it was revealed that Ms Wong was elected as SDP's second in command, I was puzzled. No disrespect to her but when compared to candidates like Dr Paul and Mr Damanhuri, she is a political lightweight who has little weight to carry a team on her own.

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SDP'S DR PAUL TAMBYAH WARNED ABOUT INFECTIOUS DISEASE OUTBREAK IN HOSPITALS DURING GE2015 RALLY

Sinkies failed to heed warnings from SDP's Paul Tambyah about the possibility of infectious diseases breaking out in hospitals! In 9/9/15 SDP rally at Clementi, Paul Tambyah raised the warning of how large wards increased the risk of deadly diseases spreading.

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