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Opinion: Any Challenge On POFMA Should Be Done In Open Court, To Show Gov's Transparency

Opinion: Any Challenge On POFMA Should Be Done In Open Court, To Show Gov's Transparency

There is no reason to hold POFMA applications in Chambers. Conversely, there is every reason to have such applications heard in open court as a matter of public interest, especially, in light of the intentions and objectives of POFMA, particularly, as repeatedly assured by the Government, namely, to filter out fake news. The public is entitled to know why the subject information so classified as fake news is legitimately fake news, as opposed to being wrongfully so declared.

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SDP Will Get Court Date In Their POFMA Challenge Against MOM

SDP Will Get Court Date In Their POFMA Challenge Against MOM

The Facebook post indicated that the SDP will challenge this too, as they apply to have the judge "to have the case heard in open court". SDP stated that this will be the first thing they will do when the Court session is convened on Thursday morning. This, SDP indicated, will allow the matter to be open to the public, seeing as how the case has escalated to such an extent that it has drawn widespread and intense public interest.

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Years Without Lift Stopping At Every Floor In HDB Estate, SDP Fights For It, Gets Rejected, While PAP MP Is Taking Credit For Hard Work Of SDP

Years Without Lift Stopping At Every Floor In HDB Estate, SDP Fights For It, Gets Rejected, While PAP MP Is Taking Credit For Hard Work Of SDP

And just to rub salt onto residents' wounds, the PAP MP for the area, Ong Teng Koon, quickly posted a flyer after the SDP raised the matter. He said that he had been “pushing hard” for a solution and the situation is “making good progress”.

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SDP FIles High Court Appeal, To Challenge Josephine Teo's POFMA Action Against Them

SDP FIles High Court Appeal, To Challenge Josephine Teo's POFMA Action Against Them

SDP said they had deliberated at length about taking the appeal to the High Court, but in the end decided that taking it to the courts to “stand up for our fellow Singaporeans and fight for what little space we have left in Singapore to uphold our democratic freedoms” was the right thing to do.

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SDP Says Josephine Teo's Refusal To Substantiate POFMA Allegation Shows Poor Leadership Qualities

SDP Says Josephine Teo's Refusal To Substantiate POFMA Allegation Shows Poor Leadership Qualities

SDP said they found the MOM's reply disturbing, as SDP had submitted a detailed account which includes analyzing MOM’s own statistics, as the reasons for the statements in SDP's posts. They also countered that Minister Teo, who had the backing of her entire Ministry and their officials, and two full days with which to substantiate their Correction Directions, had failed to do so, and this was indicative of the lack of leadership qualities in the PAP's 4G Leadership.

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SDP: Current PAP Has Turned CPF Into A Nightmare For Sinkies

SDP said in a strongly worded statement that “The current system manipulated by the present generation of PAP leaders have turned the scheme into a nightmare for Singaporeans, and Clifford Theseira’s case highlights the problems”. SDP also questioned the PAP's continued claims that citizens will squander their CPF savings and would turn to the government for help, stating that there are no data provided to back up these claims. SDP indicated that many Singaporeans are being penalised for the actions of a few.

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SDP Questions What And How The PAP Have Improved Singaporeans' Lives Since 2015

SDP Questions What And How The PAP Have Improved Singaporeans' Lives Since 2015

SDP has fired the first salvo among the opposition by laying out their plans to make things better for Singaporeans . They held a rally at Hong Lim park last Saturday, and had 9 speakers of the party giving their speeches and promising what they would do for Singaporeans once they get elected into Parliament.

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Chiam See Tong Retires From Politics, Bringing the Curtains Down On 4 Decades Of Fighting The PAP

Chiam See Tong Retires From Politics, Bringing the Curtains Down On 4 Decades Of Fighting The PAP

Mr Chiam had been with the SPP since 1996, after he left the party he founded in 1980, the SDP. Mr Chiam was the MP of Potong Pasir from 1984 - 2011, with the PAP unable to beat him in a General Elections at Potong Pasir until he vacated the seat in the 2011 GE, where he decided to contest for the five-member Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC.

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Opposition Parties Paid Tribute To Wong Wee Nam, PAP Cannot Be Bothered

Opposition Parties Paid Tribute To Wong Wee Nam, PAP Cannot Be Bothered

Veteran politician Wong Wee Nam, who became known for his vocal support for opposition politicians and for daring to speak out for Singaporeans, passed away on Saturday at the age of 72, after battling Parkinson's disease for the past few years. Singapore's opposition parties and politicians have came out and paid tribute to the late Wong.

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SDP's Jufrie Mahmood: Govt Does Not Care About Welfare Of Singaporeans

SDP's Jufrie Mahmood: Govt Does Not Care About Welfare Of Singaporeans

In his post dated 23 August, Jufrie Mahmood said that a government which is against the the implementation of a minimum wage policy is a government that does not really care about the welfare of the down trodden in society. Jufrie went on to say that the Ministers only think and care about themselves, as they keep harping on the millions in salary they are entitled to. Who entitled them to the millions but themselves?

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