Tag Archives: Opposition Party

SYLVIA LIM: MR SR NATHAN BELIEVED IN SPORE – CIVIL SERVANT ALL HIS LIFE

President Nathan has been a public servant practically all his life. He believed in Singapore, from the early days before independence when our survival was by no means guaranteed. My father had the privilege of working alongside him in the MID (Ministry of the Interior and Defence), and they became friends for life. I benefitted from their friendship too. When I became NCMP in 2006, President Nathan was very kind to me and generous with his precious time. He always made it a point to summon me when the occasion presented itself, just to say Hello and to ask how things were going. I shall miss his warmth and grace.

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WHAT NEXT FOR THE WP’S LEADERSHIP RENEWAL PROCESS?

After a stunning electoral upset victory by the People's Action Party, which returned the ruling party back into power with an almost 70% vote share, the Workers' Party (WP) admittedly has its work cut out for it in the next general election. The freak result also has implications for the Workers' Party's leadership renewal. The WP had intended to put 5 more potential WP MPs in East Coast GRC and Fengshan SMC into parliament - placing all of the party's best candidates into those two constituencies in the hopes that voters would put them through.

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NSP ANNOUNCES NEW SEC-GEN, CANDIDATES WILL BE REVEALED ON TUESDAY

After weeks of being plagued by internal problems, the National Solidarity Party (NSP) appears to have finally straightened its affairs and resumed its war path towards the General Elections (GE). According to mainstream media, the NSP would appoint a new secretary-general Lim Tean, a legal consultant educated in Cambridge, and repeated its promise to announce its candidates on Nomination Day (1st September) tomorrow.

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NSP SUPPORTER: WE ARE STILL IN THE GAME, GIVE US TIME TO PROVE OURSELVES

In recent weeks, everyone has been asking whether NSP is a sell out party or a mole. They call us No Solidarity Party, accused us of dividing opposition votes and diluting the opposition unity. Although hurtful, I can understand why people cast doubts on us. Our party is not perfect. There are internal differences in views at times. Sometimes things do not work out as cleanly as we like. But to cast us as PAP moles or a useless party is unfair and cruel.

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8 PICTURES TO SHOW WHY KEVRYN LIM WILL STAND OUT IN THE COMING ELECTION

Kevryn was photographed hard at work at all the walkabouts, her charming smile and attentiveness to her constituents unwavering despite the tough job of walking around in sweltering heat, chatting to residents and listening to their stories and feedback. These pictures taken from the National Solidarity Party's Facebook page show exactly why Kevryn stands out as the queen rose among thorns.

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GOH MENG SENG REGISTERS PEOPLE’S POWER PARTY

Former National Solidarity Party secretary-general and opposition politician Goh Meng Seng has registered a new political party named the "People's Power Party" (PPP) yesterday with an eye on participating in the next general election.

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