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SPP's Jose Raymond Criticises Govt, Says Their PMD Ban Was Not Well Thought Off

SPP's Jose Raymond Criticises Govt, Says Their PMD Ban Was Not Well Thought Off

This clearly showed that the policy was not overly thought through, because if they were, then the funding would have been announced together with the policy. Jose Raymond opined that the realisation from the government that they had created a bigger problem after they banned the PMDs only came after the delivery riders came out and stated their rice bowls were gone overnight.

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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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OPPOSITION VETERAN SIN KEK TONG DIES OF PROSTATE CANCER

Not sure if this will pass under the radar of most local media, maybe just reported it once, and leave it buried under important news. Opposition veteran Sin Kek Tong, who founded the Singapore People’s Party (SPP) and contested six general elections in more than two decades in politics, died on Monday night. He was 72, and was suffering from prostate cancer.

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JEANETTE CHONG-ARULDOSS LAUNCHES MANIFESTO FOR MOUNTBATTEN SMC

The Singapore People's Party's (SPP) Ms Jeanette Chong-Aruldoss has launched her manifesto for Mountbatten, which focuses on keeping food costs affordable, enhancing social mobility and preserving Mountbatten's heritage. Labeling her proposals the "Mountbatten Manifesto" today, she summarized her campaign into 5 points.

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CHIAM SEE TONG NOT RUNNING IN THIS GENERAL ELECTION

In an announcement today, the Singapore People's Party (SPP) champion Mr Chiam See Tong told reporters today that he would not be contesting the upcoming general election. In a press conference held jointly with the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), the SPP-DPP team announced their candidates for Bishan Toa Payoh GRC this morning - but the line-up excluded the 80 year-old veteran Mr Chiam.

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