GE2020: Red Dot United Approved As Political Party, Ready To Contest

Red Dot United has been successfully registered as a political party on 15 June after submitting its application on 26 May. Red Dot United’s Secretary-General Ravi Philemon is keen on fielding candidates this General Elections (GE). With this approval by the Ministry of Home Affairs’ (MHA) Registry of Societies, he believes the party is “even more ready”.

Red Dot United currently has three office holders: Secretary-General Ravi Philemon, Chairman Michelle Lee, and Treasurer Mr Chia Weng Lee, who is a 53-year-old business owner.

When the state media asked if Ravi Philemon will contest Hong Kah North SMC once more, he said that the party’s Central Executive Committee (CEC) has not met since the approval. Therefore it is too early to comment.

In the meantime, Red Dot United is waiting for its approved registration to be gazetted before it is made official. The party is also working on securing other approvals like having its party symbol approved.

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