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STR's Alex Tan Just Appointed Himself As Leader Of All Opposition Parties

States Times Review and Singapore Herald's Alex Tan has appointed himself as the Strategy Leader to prepare for the next election. As Strategy Leader, he will want claim leadership of all opposition parties in Singapore. He promised to prevent any 3-cornered fights and make PAP fall. He warned those who do not abide by his rules to risk losing their electoral deposit and political future.

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SDP Regrets Appeal Court's Decision, Urged S'poreans To Support Them To Better Safeguard Their Interests

The Singapore Democratic Party regrets the Court of Appeal's decision, which dismissed Dr Wong Souk Yee's appeal and thereby showed that there is no need for a by-election when former PAP MP Halimah Yacob vacated her seat for the Presidency. The party urged Singaporeans to support it so that it can come up with better solutions and safeguard everyone's interests.

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Lee Bee Wah: One Rule For Govt, Another Rule For Singaporeans

Lee Bee Wah: One Rule For Govt, Another Rule For Singaporeans

Lee Bee Wah might think that she is smart, but her recent speech in Parliament about the Ah Kong and Ah Seng has certainly backfired spectacularly on her. Not only was she seen as a boot-licking PAP party member, but she also exposed just how the elites of the PAP sees and treat fellow, albeit mediocre, Singaporeans.

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PAP Adopt SDP's Proposal, Even Though They Always Slam SDP During Election Years

PAP copies SDP proposal

But this proposal is not new. In fact, Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) had put forth this thinking that streaming puts unfair labeling on school children since 1994. In their manifesto Dare To Change: An Alternative Vision for Singapore, Chee Soon Juan already wrote that a major problem of streaming is something called labeling. SDP have been actively championing the cause for removing of streaming. Now, 25 years later, PAP have finally followed the SDP's lead, and announced the removing of streaming, although it won't happen till another five years.

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