Ang Yong Guan

GOVT MUST NOT PUSH FOR UNPOPULAR POLICIES AT THE EXPENSE OF CITIZENS' NEED!

Opposition politician Ang Yong Guan questions the government's policies and thinks citizens will not tolerate changes to the elected Presidency. Is it right for them to push through with unpopular policies? Do you think they are well aware of what our people need?

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TOUGHER TO ACHIEVE MUCH IN S'PORE DUE TO LACK OF DEMOCRACY, THE PAP IS BACKWARD!

Opposition politician Ang Yong Guan thinks there is no chance of anyone becoming President democratically if he or she does not have links to "the whites". He said the world is marching on, but the PAP is crawling behind. Do you agree?

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WILL AMOS YEE FIND A CARING DOCTOR TO HELP OVERCOME HIS MENTAL ISSUES?

Amos splits people into 2 groups: you either like him or you don’t (aside from those who can’t be bothered). Those who like him thinks he is very intelligent but emotionally immature and therefore needs to be helped. Those who don’t like him think he is too manipulative and attention seeking and they suggest just leave him alone.

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ANG YONG GUAN: BAFFLING THAT AMOS YEE REMANDED FOR 5 WEEKS

I find the whole saga of “managing Amos” baffling. First, months ago, Amo's mother told the court that Amos was assessed on 2 separate occasions before the trial began, by IMH psychiatrist(s). Weeks later in court, when he rejected probation, he was remanded in prison for 3 weeks to assess his suitability for RTC. What was the diagnosis given to Amos by the team of psychiatrists and psychologists who assessed him? Did they agree with Dr Winslow that Amos has ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder)? Was their report tendered in court yesterday (23 June 2015)?

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New political party SFP made up of mainly former civil servants

A new political party – The Singaporeans First Party (SFP) unveiled its party members in a press conference on 25 May held at a seafood restaurant located at East Coast Parkway. The 11 founding members of the party includes former candidate for Presidential Election 2011, Tan Jee Say and former Singapore Democratic Party (SDP)’s candidate in the GE2011, Dr Ang Yong Guan. Only 7 out of 11 were there at the conference as the rest were overseas.

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