Tag Archives: SINGAPORE DEMOCRATIC PARTY

CHEE SOON JUAN: S’POREANS SHOULD NOT LET FEAR AND LACK OF INFORMATION CONTROL US

Many factors have been proffered for the results of the recently held general elections: the impact of new citizens as a voting bloc, the fidelity to the memory of the late Lee Kuan Yew, the lingering effulgence from the SG50 celebrations, the fear of the PAP being inadvertently voted out of power, and the spectre of external threats to our national security all played in the minds of the voters as the walked into the polling stations.

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WHY CHEE SOON JUAN SHOULD BE VOTED INTO PARLIAMENT

Ever since Dr Chee Soon Juan made a comeback to the Singapore political scene, Singaporeans have experienced a breath of fresh air. After 15 years, this is a very much welcomed wind of change. All of us who have heard him speak during the rallies would agree that amongst the opposition today, no one is as eloquent or as passionate as Dr Chee about Singaporeans and our future.

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CHEE SOON JUAN: MAKE SURE THE PAP GETS IT PRIORITIES RIGHT!

In the Singapore Democratic Party's CBD lunch time rally today, Dr Chee Soon Juan called on Singaporeans to check the People's Action Party and stop it from doing as it pleases by voting their candidates into parliament. Speaking about the failed investments by Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC and investment company Temasek Holdings, Dr Chee said that without an opposition to check on the PAP, the government "does as it pleases, making dangerous, wrong decisions without proper scrutiny and accountability."

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19 YEAR OLD STUDENT: WHY I WILL VOTE OPPOSITION

The government says that we are the future of Singapore but as a student now, I am already being stressed up with my academic and as well as my future and yet the PAP says that they care for everyone in Singapore but in truth, do they really put themselves in the shoes of a teenager as well? As a 19 year old boy, I calculate my daily expenses which is just food and on average, I spend at LEAST $15 in school every day due to 8am – 5pm class. So how much do you think I can save now?

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FORMER NSP SEC-GEN HAZEL POA SPOTTED AT SDP WALKABOUT

The Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) turned up bright and early for its morning walkabout at Bukit Timah Market and Food Center yesterday - but what was surprising was the inclusion of Ms Hazel Poa, former secretary-general of the National Solidarity Party (NSP), who was dressed in the SDP's signature red attire.

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SDP ANNOUNCES NEW CANDIDATES – DR PAUL TAMBYAH AND MS JASLYN GO

A day after introducing its first 2 candidates Chong Wai Fung and Gerous Khung Wai Yeen, the Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) announced today another 2 candidates who would be contesting under its banner in the upcoming General Elections (GE). They are Professor of medicine Paul Ananth Tambyah and sales director Jaslyn Go Hui Leng. Dr Tambyah is a professor of medicine and a senior lecturer at the National University of Singapore and was a founding member of human rights activist group MARUAH. He has since left MURUAH, but has continued to be active with the SDP since he started a decade ago. Speaking to reporters at a press conference at the SDP AMK branch, he said he would like to focus on healthcare financing.

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MDA: SDP’S “PAPPY WASHING POWDER” IS A PARTY POLITICAL FILM

The Media Development Authority (MDA) has responded to Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) secretary-general Chee Soon Juan, and has denied acting against a recent SDP video for political reasons. Recently, the SDP had released 2 short video clips, including one which features a woman using Pappy washing powder detergent to wash away the words "transparency" and "democracy" from her laundry, to promote awareness of their party's campaign issues.

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SDP SLAMS MDA FOR CLASSIFYING VIDEO AS PARTY POLITICAL VIDEO

The Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) today slammed the Media Development Authority (MDA) for branding its recent short parody video as a party political film. This was in response to an MDA advisory issued to all political parties yesterday highlighting Section 33 of the Films Act that prohibits people from making or reproducing any party political film, or distributing or exhibiting it.

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