SINGAPORE DEMOCRATIC PARTY

GE2020: Opposition Candidates' Pictures Missing in ST Nomination Day Live Coverage

The 158th media has made no effort to hide their bias against the opposition by leaving out faces of opposition candidates in their Nomination Day Live Coverage. 158 did not bother to find photos of opposition candidates and just showed them as blanks while all the PAP candidates' faces were shown. What is their excuse for not being able to get a photo of the prominent Paul Tambyah who is going to be president of the International Society of Infectious Diseases?

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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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SDP Regrets Appeal Court's Decision, Urged S'poreans To Support Them To Better Safeguard Their Interests

The Singapore Democratic Party regrets the Court of Appeal's decision, which dismissed Dr Wong Souk Yee's appeal and thereby showed that there is no need for a by-election when former PAP MP Halimah Yacob vacated her seat for the Presidency. The party urged Singaporeans to support it so that it can come up with better solutions and safeguard everyone's interests.

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DARING SPEECHES BY CHEE SOON JUAN THE REASON WHY LKY SET UP SPEAKERS CORNER

I DID A double take when I read Mr Elgin Toh's column. The significance of SDP's attempt at remaking its image in which he wrote that the SDP stopped its acts of civil disobedience, or more popularly and correctly called non-violent action or NVA, because the “approach simply did not work”.

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CHEE SOON JUAN: OUR STATE OF SOCIETY IS HEARTBREAKING BUT YOUTHS CAN BRING ABOUT CHANGE

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.

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