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Ravi Philemon And Michelle Lee Form Political Party - Red Dot United

Ravi Philemon And Michelle Lee Form Political Party - Red Dot United

In a virtual press conference on 29 May 2020, political veterans Ravi Philemon and Michelle Lee announced the formation of a new political party - Red Dot United. Ravi Philemon and Michelle Lee shared the goals for their party, and explained the need for another credible voice in Singapore's political landscape.

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Chan Chun Sing Insists "Not Much Time" Left To Hold Next General Elections

Chan Chun Sing Insists "Not Much Time" Left To Hold Next General Elections

During a Bloomberg TV interview, Minister for Trade and Industry (MTI) Chan Chun Sing told the interviewer there is "not much time" left for Singapore to hold its next General Elections. He tried to explain away that the parliament has to be dissolved in Jan 2021, as this would be five years after the first sitting of the current government. If based on his explanation, Singaporeans will have a maximum of 8 months before the General Elections is called.

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PAP Mole Sabotages Progress Singapore Party With Anonymous Video Alleging Fellow Members of Being Proxies of Foreign Powers

Few days back an Anonymous video was circulating on social media which claims that the party has been infiltrated by foreign proxies. The video also named several PSP members and claimed that they are disrupting PSP from helming the next stage of Singapore. After police reports were made and PSP did their own internal investigation, they found out that the person who created and spread the video was their own party member Daniel Teo Weilong.

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Fake News Being Spread About Brad Bowyer Leaving PSP

Last week, some dubious FB pages made posts alleging that a prominent Progress Singapore Party (PSP) member, Mr Brad Bowyer, had quit the party. However, our anonymous sources debunked such fake news from these FB pages about Brad Bowyer quitting the party.. In fact they reaffirmed he remains a valued PSP member. They explained that Brad Bowyer had deleted his FB fan page simply because he does not want to be in the limelight at this moment.

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Progress Singapore Party (PSP) Says POFMA Falls Short

Progress Singapore Party (PSP) Says POFMA Falls Short

The Progress Singapore Party (PSP) has issued a strongly worded statement, which indicated that the Party strongly mandates that Singapore needs to be governed under the tenets of transparency, independence and accountability, to which the Party highly subscribes to. To this end, PSP finds that the Protection from Online Falsehoods and Manipulation Act (POFMA) falls short of these expected values.

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PSP Focus On Cost of Living, Healthcare, And Education, Every Singaporeans' Current Complaints

PSP Focus On Cost of Living, Healthcare, And Education, Every Singaporeans' Current Complaints

The party, led by former PAP MP and veteran politician, Dr Tan Cheng Bock, have released a few posters on its social media channels that points the way the party is focusing on for the elections. Singapore can expect the PSP to focus on issues like the cost of living, education and the affordability of healthcare and retirement during their campaigning for the elections.

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PSP Did Their First Walkabout On Sunday, TCB Seen At Ghim Moh & Tiong Bahru

PSP Did Their First Walkabout On Sunday, TCB Seen At Ghim Moh & Tiong Bahru

Dr Tan Cheng Bock's Progress Singapore Party (PSP) had their first ever walkabout on Sunday morning, with about 300 members and volunteers fanning out across the island. The Party secretary-general himself, Dr Tan Cheng Bock, was seen at Ghim Moh and Tiong Bahru.

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Will Chen Show Mao Be Leaving Workers' Party?

In a potential blow to The Worker's Party (WP), national mouthpiece Shin Min questioned if Chen Show Mao will be switching political parties. Shin Min reported that The Worker's Party (WP) MP Chen Show Mao had been seen attending activities by Chee Soon Juan's Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) and Tan Cheng Bock's Progress Singapore Party (PSP).

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Progress Singapore Party Official Launch Confirmed On 3 Aug At Swissotel Merchant Hotel

Progress Singapore Party Official Launch Confirmed On 3 Aug At Swissotel Merchant Hotel

The Progress Singapore Party (PSP), led by former PAP MP and Singapore's new opposition favourite Dr Tan Cheng Bock, has confirmed that they will officially launch their party on 3 August at Swissotel Merchant Hotel. The official launch had actually been planned for 16 June at Singapore Expo, but police permit and other related permits were not approved on time.

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Police Absolves Themselves Of Blame On Delay Of Permit For Tan Cheng Bock's Party Launch

Police Absolves Themselves Of Blame On Delay Of Permit For Tan Cheng Bock's Party Launch

It did not take the authorities long to rebut the feeling on the ground that they have purposely delayed the permit approval, just because it was Dr Tan and his new, popular, opposition party. The Police have issued a statement that basically lays the blame on the delay squarely back to Dr Tan's PSP.

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