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Why PAP Not Sued By Town Councils For Mismanaged Funds In Lehman Brothers and AIM Scandal?

Why PAP Not Sued By Town Councils For Mismanaged Funds In Lehman Brothers and AIM Scandal?

Singapore is well-known for our intolerance towards abuse of power. As such, all political leaders, PAP or opposition, should be scrutinized for lapses in their fiduciary duties, on the basis of AGO reports and taken to tasks. People's power should eradicate all forms of intimidation, bullying and covering up by those in the corridors of power. We must take a stand!

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Loser PAP Candidate Who Lost Aljunied GRC To WP Still Brags He Is Serving Residents There

Loser PAP Candidate Who Lost Aljunied GRC To WP Still Brags He Is Serving Residents There

But therein lies an advantage for the residents. Why not vote in the opposition anyway? Because you will be represented by Opposition MPs in Parliament to fight for Singaporeans' rights, but you will still get served by the losing PAP candidates every single day like what they have been doing now. A win win situation for all concerned.

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PAP Grassroots Adviser Claims No Double Standard, Pritam Singh Rebutted Him Back

PAP Grassroots Adviser Claims No Double Standard, Pritam Singh Rebutted Him Back

Chua lost the 2015 GE to Pritam Singh's WP, but he is of course appointed grassroots adviser, win or lose. Chua claimed that there was no 7 year waiting time for approval, and even went so far as to claim the idea for the ramp was actually mooted by Eunos CCC, of which he runs and thus becomes a key decision maker in a ward he lost in. Chua also said the funding for the ramp was secure, with his help of course, in September 2016, and construction works started in December 2018.

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PSP Focus On Cost of Living, Healthcare, And Education, Every Singaporeans' Current Complaints

PSP Focus On Cost of Living, Healthcare, And Education, Every Singaporeans' Current Complaints

The party, led by former PAP MP and veteran politician, Dr Tan Cheng Bock, have released a few posters on its social media channels that points the way the party is focusing on for the elections. Singapore can expect the PSP to focus on issues like the cost of living, education and the affordability of healthcare and retirement during their campaigning for the elections.

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Chiam See Tong Retires From Politics, Bringing the Curtains Down On 4 Decades Of Fighting The PAP

Chiam See Tong Retires From Politics, Bringing the Curtains Down On 4 Decades Of Fighting The PAP

Mr Chiam had been with the SPP since 1996, after he left the party he founded in 1980, the SDP. Mr Chiam was the MP of Potong Pasir from 1984 - 2011, with the PAP unable to beat him in a General Elections at Potong Pasir until he vacated the seat in the 2011 GE, where he decided to contest for the five-member Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC.

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A Ramp In Aljunied GRC That Took 7 Years To Build, Because PAP Refuses To Yield To WP

A Ramp In Aljunied GRC That Took 7 Years To Build, Because PAP Refuses To Yield To WP

However, MPs must go through their Grassroots Advisers to raise projects for consideration. For PAP wards, Grassroots Advisers are always the elected PAP MPs themselves, so basically, they ownself allow ownself to use funds. But for opposition ward, the Grassroot Adviser happens to be the very same PAP candidates that were defeated by the WP in the Elections, thus it is no surprise that they have their own agenda against WP doing good work for their residents.

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Ah Loong Says Bond Between PAP And NTUC Needs To Be Strengthened, Current Bond Not Enough

Ah Loong Says Bond Between PAP And NTUC Needs To Be Strengthened, Current Bond Not Enough

Note how the speech comes at a time when Singapore's General Election draws ever nearer, and also how he did not subtly try to hide his words. He said the PAP and NTUC to work together, not NTUC to work with the Singapore government, with opposition and all. So, he has gone all out to ask NTUC to work with a specific political party, thus bringing in partisan politics to a Trade Union.

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