SDP's Chee Soon Juan weighed in on censorship and democracy in Singapore after having watched a play. He claimed there's no freedom of speech here and hoped these youths can at least bring about change in future.
Paul Tambyah, Chairman of Singapore Democratic Party, has voiced out against the recent action against artist Seelan Palay. He thinks Singaporeans should be entitled to freedom of speech as it is only then will we progress as a nation.
Singapore Democratic Party's Chee Soon Juan lashed out at DPM Tharman for saying the mainstream media here is well-balanced. "If the DPM believes that Singaporeans are no fools, then why does he continue to tell us to believe him and not our lying eyes?"
SDP's Damanhuri Bin Abas was critical of the Government again in light of the Elected Presidency. He suggested more democracy, less control, and hoped it will listen to the people's voices. Does it make sense to you?
In light of Khaw Boon Wan's admission that the BPLRT was built as an 'afterthought' to political pressure, SDP said it only shows that PAP's infrastructural projects are carried out to win votes rather than for the long-term good of the people.
SDP's Damanhuri Bin Abas thinks the PAP has racist policies and asked people to stop blaming the Hong Lim Park protest organisers for having double-standards. He believes race issues must be debated openly.
SDP's Bryan Lim assured netizens he will let the public know how PAP has time and again altered laws to its political advantage. He thinks it is PAP's loss if SDP loses the lawsuit too, as it shows the failure of its GRC system.