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GE2020: The Top 5 Chio Bu Of GE2020

GE2020: The Top 5 Chio Bu Of GE2020

Since the start of GE2020 Nomination Day, Singaporeans have been scrutinizing the characters and backgrounds of political candidates. However it seems the public has also taken an interest in the looks of various candidates. We have compiled a list of top five beauties (chio bu) for GE2020 based on public opinion. The ladies featured here do not represent our views or support for any particular party.

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GE2020: East Coast Voters Should Vote WP So That Tharman Can Be Prime Minister

To East Coast voters, please vote WP and vote Heng Swee Keat out. This is the best chance for us to get Tharman as Singapore's PM, if Heng is out. You will get Nicole Seah and an excellent WP team in Parliament. Heng Swee Keat can be appointed to head GIC or better still, Temasek Holdings to replace Ho Ching.

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GE2020: Heng Swee Keat Sent To East Coast GRC Over Fear Of Losing To The Workers' Party

GE2020: Heng Swee Keat Sent To East Coast GRC Over Fear Of Losing To The Workers' Party

In a surprise move, Heng Swee Keat showed up at the St Anthony's Canossian nomination centre in Bedok North to file his nomination papers for East Coast GRC. WP has consistently walked the grounds of East Coast GRC. Therefore it comes with no surprise that WP commands a significant percentage of votes as seen in the previous elections, even reaching a high of 45.2% of votes in GE2011. By moving Heng Swee Keat to East Coast GRC, it seems the PAP is hoping that the "4G leader" will be able to shore up whatever remaining support the PAP has in this GRC.

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NICOLE SEAH WILL NOT BE REJOINING NSP AND CONTESTING THIS GE

The National Solidarity Party (NSP)'s former superstar candidate, 28 year-old Ms Nicole Seah, said on Sunday that she is not rejoining the party and will not stand for election. This follows comments from NSP acting secretary-general Hazel Poa who said that the party had "initiated contact" with Ms Seah via WhatsApp.

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WILL FORMER NSP STAR NICOLE SEAH RETURN FOR A SECOND RUN?

28 year-old Nicole Seah, who was part of the 5 man National Solidarity Party (NSP) team who won 43.4% of the Marine Parade GRC vote in 2011, has been contacted by the party via WhatsApp. The NSP hopes that Nicole Seah, whose eloquence, good looks and charisma won over many Singaporeans in 2011 will return for a second run with the party this coming elections.

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NICOLE SEAH: PROTESTORS SHOULD NOT BE BLINDED BY HATRED & ANGER

Speaking up for the people is not about making defamatory statements and riling people up with anger and hatred. It's also not about being so blinded by protest and perceived politicization to the extent that we forget how to be thoughtful and caring human beings. We've been going through a lot of change as a nation in the past decade, and clearly things have started becoming a lot more polarized and tense especially in the past couple of years. Instances such as this may sometimes leave us disheartened that the country is going down the wrong track in terms of political maturity.

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[YOUR LETTERS] TAN JEE SAY'S CALL TO OTHER OPPOSITION PARTIES

The next elections will be a critical point for all Singaporeans as it is now evident that the PAP has lost touch with ordinary Singaporeans and are incapable of making our country a better place for ourselves and the future of our children. So not only must we rally together to vote out the PAP, the opposition must also unite and be strategic in their fight against the PAP instead of only focusing on themselves and spoiling the opposition cause.

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WHAT YOUNG POLITICIANS NEED: A THICK SKIN, AND A CAUSE TO FIGHT FOR

You are no stranger to harsh criticism. How did you cope with the stress and avoid having a meltdown? Usually, I would run it off. But because of the intense campaigning during the elections, I was often exhausted. So, I would watch a comedy on DVD or, if I could, sleep or take a nap.

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POLITICAL STALWART NICOLE SEAH QUITS NSP & PUTS POLITICS ON HOLD

Nicole Seah says her decision to leave the National Solidarity Party (NSP) was "extremely difficult" to make and "painful", but says it is time to move on. The opposition politician had earned quite a following, especially on social media, when she became the youngest candidate to contest in the 2011 General Election at age 24. She was NSP's second assistant secretary-general, and represented NSP for a seat in Marine Parade GRC.

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Dear Nicole, let the wild fire burn the PAP Camp, stop helping the MIW

And now, just when people are still mad with the PAP (your political opponent) over its policies on CPF, you suddenly came out and voluntarily made some comments which gave many Singaporeans the impression that you were not on their side; worse, they interpreted that you were defending your political opponent – the PAP. Some feel that you have betrayed them on such an important issue concerning their retirement saving!

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