reform party

ALL 3 PRESIDENTIAL HOPEFULS ARE NOT MALAYS, ARE THEY REALLY FIT TO LEAD?

Khan Osman Sulaiman does not regard any of the Presidential hopefuls as Malays despite this being a reserved Presidency. "Im still wondering where these hopefuls were during the past open presidential elections? Why only when it is reserved for a Malay candidate do they come forward? Maybe they are self-defeating and have low self esteem to contest in an open-election knowing they will not stand a chance. If the above is right, then they are not fit to be a leader."

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WELL DONE NSP'S LIM TEAN, BETTER TO RESIGN THAN BE ZIPPED UP!

When I heard news that Lim Tean has resigned from NSP, I wasnt surprised of the reasons for his resignation. Curtailment of his freedom of speech is one of it. Often times, it's the alternative parties that espouses freedom of speech but in reality, fall short of implementing it within its own organization. I encountered many times where alternative parties feel uneasy when its members are vocal about issues they feel strongly about. Issues like LGBT, Tudung issue, discrimination, religion, 377A, article 154 etc.

But of course not all of the alternative parties hold such unwritten rules. It depends on the leader at helm. Some may argue that members need to toe along the party lines to achieve unity within the organization but by doing so, it instead create artificial harmony within its rank. These parties are then no better than the PAP, the very one they hope to replace. In this aspect, I'm proud to be a part of The Reform Party where its leadership never once tried to curtail my freedom of speech as long as it is done in a responsible manner. I wish Lim Tean all the best. It is better to move away than to be in a party and gets zipped up. That can spell the end of democracy.

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PAP MP CLARIFIES WHAT HAPPENED ON EX RP MEMBER'S FACEBOOK

Assalamualikum Mr Jafri,

You have raised many inaccuracies. You said you had no money for transport to attend an interview the next day. I gave you an Ez-link card for travel and also personally called the security company you were interviewing with to ask them to support you.

I found out from the person that there was no such interview scheduled. I also called you at the number you gave. It was wrong number.

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EX RP MEMBER GOES TO PAP MEET THE PPL SESSION FOR HELP: UPSET TO BE OFFERED JOB AS SECURITY GUARD

Last Monday; I went to the Meet the People Session to seek help from Amrin Amin; the MP for Woodlands.

Despite myself being a civil servant for 20 years; he told me, "Nobody owed you a living and nobody owed you anything" which implied that even when I'm in dire situation and needs some life line; nobody is obliged to help me ?.

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REFORM PARTY: DR CHEE WILL BE A FORMIDABLE OPPONENT TO THE PAP

Reform Party believes that Dr Chee will be a formidable opponent and represents the strongest opportunity for putting an alternative party’s voice into parliament. We note that conditions are particularly in favour of an opposition win: this is a by-election for an SMC and therefore the voters will not be afraid of upsetting the balance of the overwhelming PAP majority, there is likely to be a rebound from the PAP’s record share of the vote in GE2015 and Dr Chee’s personal story of resilience will resonate with the voters and indeed he has been warmly received on the ground so far.

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PAP'S S ISWARAN ON REFORM PARTY ERROR: WE DO NOT WANT TO WIN ON TECHNICALITIES

This morning at the Nomination Centre, the Reform Party's nominations papers contained an error. They had not deleted the words "We are standing as a group of independent candidates" in their declaration before a Commissioner of Oaths. Our PAP team spotted the error and I informed Mr Kenneth Jeyaratnam of the Reform Party so that they had enough time to correct it. If the error wasn't corrected, we were advised that the Reform Party team would have been disqualified on technical grounds. We the PAP team do not want to win on technicalities.

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