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Will Chen Show Mao Be Leaving Workers' Party?

In a potential blow to The Worker's Party (WP), national mouthpiece Shin Min questioned if Chen Show Mao will be switching political parties. Shin Min reported that The Worker's Party (WP) MP Chen Show Mao had been seen attending activities by Chee Soon Juan's Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) and Tan Cheng Bock's Progress Singapore Party (PSP).

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WE NEED BY-ELECTION IN MARSILING-YEW TEE, DON'T LET RULING PARTY PLAY WITH THE CONSTITUTION

Our reader who is a resident of Marsiling-Yew Tee finds it undemocratic for the ruling party to play around with the Constitution and have Mdm Halimah Yacob quit the party in order to run for the Presidential election. She said this is not what the residents have voted for and hopes opposition politicians can do something about this.

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WP'S CHEN SHOW MAO OFFERS WORDS OF SUPPORT TO DR CHEE SOON JUAN

In a tongue in cheek post on his Facebook page, Workers' Party MP Chen Show Mao has wished both the People's Action Party (PAP) candidate Murali Pillai and Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) chief Dr Chee Soon Juan good luck for their upcoming election. He also added cheekily that voters should send one of the two candidates to parliament, while keeping the other candidate for Paya Lebar residents - a reference to Murali's failed electoral contest in GE2016 under Aljunied GRC.

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WORKERS PARTY URGE GOVERNMENT TO INVEST IN ELDERLY SINGAPOREANS

The Government should invest more in elderly Singaporeans as the country’s population continues to age, said Member of Parliament for Aljunied GRC, Mr Chen Show Mao. Speaking in Parliament today (May 30), Mr Chen said Singapore can reap economic benefits if investments are made to redesign jobs, work places, processes and culture for older workers. This would help Singapore fully draw on the experiences and know-how of older workers, despite a slowdown in their physical bodies. It would also enable them to be as productive as or even more productive than their younger counterparts, he added. Mr Chen called for more investment to help elderly Singaporeans age in place. Calling them a “repository of social and cultural capital”, he said this would tap their long-standing ties to the community.

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WORKERS' PARTY: WE OPPOSE TEMPORARY PUBLIC ORDER LAW IN LITTLE INDIA

The Bill, to maintain security in Little India after Singapore's first riot in decades, seeks to give law enforcement officers the power to interview and search people in the area for alcohol and prohibited items. It also limits the sale and consumption of alcohol in the area, and is valid for a year. Ms Lim questioned the need for it

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