Tag Archives: Hazel Poa

FISHY POLITICAL HOPPERS IN GE2015

First on our list of fishy politicians is none other than serial party-hopper Hazel Poa! Did you know that she was a former civil servant in the administrative service before she started her political journey with the RP? But just 3 months before the 2011 GE, she quit RP to join NSP!

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FORMER NSP SEC-GEN HAZEL POA SPOTTED AT SDP WALKABOUT

The Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) turned up bright and early for its morning walkabout at Bukit Timah Market and Food Center yesterday - but what was surprising was the inclusion of Ms Hazel Poa, former secretary-general of the National Solidarity Party (NSP), who was dressed in the SDP's signature red attire.

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NETIZENS CHEER HAZEL POA BUT JEER AT STEVE CHIA

On Monday (17 Aug), the Central Executive Council of NSP decided to support its member Steve Chia’s wish to contest MacPherson SMC, resulting in a 3-cornered fight against WP and PAP. NSP Acting Secretary-General Hazel Poa strongly disagreed with the CEC’s decision. However, she was outvoted and hence decided to resign from the party. She announced her resignation from NSP to the press on Wednesday

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NSP NOW SAYS THEY WILL CONTEST MACPHERSON SMC, SEC-GEN HAZEL POA RESIGNS

The National Solidarity Party (NSP) announced today that it will contest MacPherson Single Member Constituency (SMC). This comes shortly after it said that it will pull out to avoid multi-cornered fights. The Workers' Party (WP) had earlier stated that it would contest MacPherson SMC, while the People's Action Party (PAP) will be fielding incumbent MP Tin Pei Ling in the ward.

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NSP’S HAZEL POA APPOINTED ACTING SECRETARY-GENERAL

The National Solidarity Party (NSP) made an announcement on its Facebook page yesterday to inform supporters about its decision to appoint Hazel Poa Koon Koon as acting Secretary-General of the party. This comes after the resignation of former secretary-general Tan Lam Siong, who left the party to pursue other interests.

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