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GE2020: The PAP is Scared Of PSP And Is Resorting To Underhanded Tactics To Sabo Them

A fake bookie trying to scare people of a PAP victory through WhatsApp, specifically in WP and PSP contested wards. A Minister mixing up one Lee brother for the other. Some jackass stealing PSP flyers. Another Jackass tearing up PSP posters in Bukit Batok. PSP Posters in West Coast GRC being forcibly removed from lamp posts for "safety purposes" says town council.

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GE2020: Reform Party Gives Way to PSP to Avoid Three-Cornered Fight in West Coast

West Coast residents and all Singaporeans will remember the Reform Party for graciously giving up their ward to make things easier for PSP who is seeking to contest in West Coast GRC. It definitely was not easy for RP to come to this decision given the party's "strong emotional connection" to West Coast, as written by Kenneth Jeyaretnam in RP's Facebook announcement, but they are doing this for the greater opposition unity. Talks between the leaders of both parties over claims to West Coast GRC had previously been unsuccessful.

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GE2020: Lee Hsien Yang Has Joined PSP As A Party Member, Will He Stand In The Coming Elections?

Lee Hsien Yang - the son of the late Lee Kuan Yew, and brother of the current Prime Minister, will has just joined the opposition Progress Singapore Party as a member. This was announced early this morning at the Tiong Bahru market by PSP Sec Gen Dr Tan Cheng Bock, who also handed Mr Lee his member card at the same time.

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GE2020: Why the Double Standards in Enforcing Safe Distancing Rules between PAP and PSP?

Why is it that when PSP members did their walkabout yesterday at Bukit Batok, 2 safe distancing officers told them that they will be fined for breaching safe distancing rules? This is in phase 2, plus the PSP members clarified with the officers that they never had more than 5 people together.

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GE2020: Progress Singapore Party Announced First Six Election Candidates

The Progress Singapore Party (PSP) has announced its first batch of election candidates. The candidates are from a range of backgrounds. Although the party did not state where it will contest in the upcoming elections, it is likely to be West Coast GRC.

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PAP Mole Sabotages Progress Singapore Party With Anonymous Video Alleging Fellow Members of Being Proxies of Foreign Powers

Few days back an Anonymous video was circulating on social media which claims that the party has been infiltrated by foreign proxies. The video also named several PSP members and claimed that they are disrupting PSP from helming the next stage of Singapore. After police reports were made and PSP did their own internal investigation, they found out that the person who created and spread the video was their own party member Daniel Teo Weilong.

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Fake News Being Spread About Brad Bowyer Leaving PSP

Last week, some dubious FB pages made posts alleging that a prominent Progress Singapore Party (PSP) member, Mr Brad Bowyer, had quit the party. However, our anonymous sources debunked such fake news from these FB pages about Brad Bowyer quitting the party.. In fact they reaffirmed he remains a valued PSP member. They explained that Brad Bowyer had deleted his FB fan page simply because he does not want to be in the limelight at this moment.

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PM Lee Says Reserved Presidency A Right Thing To Do, Minority SGreans Never Asked If They Thought So

PM Lee Says Reserved Presidency A Right Thing To Do, Minority SGreans Never Asked If They Thought So

Many Singaporeans question the timing of this new Law, indicating that if this was to be passed into Law, it should not be parachuted in immediately for the next election, but instead should be carried out for the next one. Many also questioned if the hurried nature of the Reserved Presidency Election was to stop Tan Cheng Bock from contesting, as he had been widely tipped to run for the President, and most said that he could have won.

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PSP Did Their First Walkabout On Sunday, TCB Seen At Ghim Moh & Tiong Bahru

PSP Did Their First Walkabout On Sunday, TCB Seen At Ghim Moh & Tiong Bahru

Dr Tan Cheng Bock's Progress Singapore Party (PSP) had their first ever walkabout on Sunday morning, with about 300 members and volunteers fanning out across the island. The Party secretary-general himself, Dr Tan Cheng Bock, was seen at Ghim Moh and Tiong Bahru.

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Will Chen Show Mao Be Leaving Workers' Party?

In a potential blow to The Worker's Party (WP), national mouthpiece Shin Min questioned if Chen Show Mao will be switching political parties. Shin Min reported that The Worker's Party (WP) MP Chen Show Mao had been seen attending activities by Chee Soon Juan's Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) and Tan Cheng Bock's Progress Singapore Party (PSP).

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