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OPPOSITION VOTERS STOP BEING PASSIVE & VOLUNTEER NOW TO ENSURE CHANGE

After the election results, opposition supporters were quick to blame the 60.1% for giving the PAP such a large majority in parliament and the mandate for unpopular and unwanted policies like the Population White Paper. Rather than blame the 60.1% for the results, many of the 39.9% of opposition voters should also blame themselves for doing nothing except voting against the PAP. Yes, you guys voted against the PAP. But that is not enough if you want real democratic progress.

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SPP & WP: THE SHINING EXAMPLES OF OPPOSITION UNITY

Every GE we advocate Opposition Unity but end up with multi corner fights due to personal/ party egos and selfishness. Let's see how SPP demonstrate the True Spirit of Opposition Unity out of mutual respect and lend a helping hand to WP to win Marine Parade this GE 2015 !

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SPP’S JEANETTE CHONG-ARULDOSS CANNOT ENTER CONDOS TO SPEAK TO RESIDENTS

According to a Facebook post by Singapore People's Party candidate Jeannette Chong-Aruldoss, the SPP will be holding a mega-picnic event at Wilkinson Interim Park today (23rd August) between 5 to 7PM with free food and refreshments for picnic-goers. Ms Chong-Aruldoss will be representing the SPP in Mountbatten Single Member Constituency (SMC). Ms Chong was formerly an National Solidarity Party (NSP) secretary-general before she quit earlier this year and joined the Singapore People's Party under SPP's Mr Chiam See Tong and his wife, Mrs Lina Chiam.

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PAP TO KEEP SITOH YIH PIN IN POTONG PASIR SMC

People's Action Party member of parliament (MP) Sitoh Yih Pin announced today that he would be standing again in the Potong Pasir Single Member Constituency (SMC) in the upcoming General Elections. 51 year-old Mr Sitoh has been the MP of Potong Pasir since he won against the Singapore People's Party’s (SPP) Lina Chiam in the 2011 General Election by just 114 votes. It was his third attempt contesting the seat, having staged unsuccessful election campaigns there in 2001 and 2006.

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