PAP has violated the Election advertisement laws and it looks like they may get away with it. I refer to this photo:
Why are PAP flags being put up alongside the National flags in Tampines GRC? This photo was taken at Heng Swee Keat's ward. The PAP flags were spotted near Block 842 in Tampines.
Soon after the photo was posted online on that site, PAP removed their flag as fast as they could, and this is how the place looks like now:
The parliament has yet to be dissolved but PAP is already campaigning with their flag out. Are they campaigning with the slogan "PAP = Singapore, remember that as you celebrate SG50"?
Can opposition parties also hang their banners in the GRCs where they are contesting? Can hang beside the Singapore flag too? I strongly believe that the PAP has violated the Elections Act, with regards to the election advertisement laws.
It is not yet nomination day but PAP is already hanging their flag.
Furthermore, they haven't received a permit from the Returning Officer to put up their banners and flags. The PAP branch responsible for this should be taken to task and punished to the fullest extent of the law!