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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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Dr Tan Cheng Bock Reveals Approved Logo For Progress Singapore Party, Promised To Serve Singaporeans

Dr Tan Cheng Bock's Progress Singapore Party has had its logo approved. It is in the shape of a palm tree with a person-like figure which signifies people at its core interest. The logo on the whole symbolizes growth, purpose, strength and life. With Dr Tan leading a new party, Singaporeans can have renewed hope that they will enact the changes that we have all wanted to see.

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A COMPLACENT GOVT IS DESTROYING SINGAPOREANS' VALUE

I agree with the remarks “An overly dominant ruling party faces dangers such as resistance to change and complacency”. In this connection, our nation’s greatest asset – our people – may be in the process of being destroyed – by the Government’s “resistance to change and complacency”. The widespread feeling of Singaporeans that their value in their own country is being diminished is perhaps manifested in the record numbers of Singaporeans living abroad.

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THARMAN: I DID NOT SAY PAP ENGAGED IN GUTTER POLITICS IN BUKIT BATOK BY-ELECTION

Following my NTU Majulah Lecture last week on the future of education we had a dialogue. Some asked about the recent Presidential Election (PE) - and my views on the PE, especially how we should look at the issue of race, have been reported. I see that some social media commentators have claimed that I agreed in the dialogue that the PAP had engaged in “gutter politics” in the Bukit Batok by-election. That is not what I said, and not what I believe.

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