Dr Tan Cheng Bock's new party, the Progress Singapore Party, has its application approved-in-principle. Thanks to him, Singaporeans have a stronger alternative voice. How will the PAPpies react to this? Let us wait and see!
US activist who was helping Amos Yee with his asylum application congratulated him on being freed. She thinks his views are shaped by his experience and said he should not, as a result, be forced to conform to authority just because of this.
Halimah Yacob has finally submitted her application for the upcoming Presidential Election. She understands the importance of the PE and said the election process has been good so far. She wants to serve the people with all her heart and hopes to get a favourable response. Are you convinced?
Salleh Marican has submitted is papers to stand for Presidency. He was seen at the Elections Department with his family, friends and supporters. It remains to be seen if he will qualify as he does not meet the $500 million shareholder equity. He is also Indian-Muslim.
Dr Tan Cheng Bock has decided to appeal against the High Court for dismissing his application to contest the legitimacy of the upcoming Presidential Election. Despite having intentions to run for Presidency, he was not considered eligible due to amendments to the Constitution and the introduction of the reserved presidency. In Dr Tan's application, he called for an open election and disagreed with the government's decision for counting Mr Wee Kim Wee as the first popularly elected President.