Tony Tan

HO CHING WEARS SANDALS TO PRESIDENT TONY TAN'S FAREWELL PARTY, TOTAL LACK OF RESPECT?

I don't like President Tony Tan but it is shocking that the Prime Minister's wife will show him such disrespect by wearing sandals to his farewell ceremony. Is this event not a proper serious event? You see all the other dignitaries wear formal clothes except for Ho Ching. Even her husband PM Lee wear formal and proper shoes. Why does she have this exemption to wear sandals to such serious events?

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ELECTED PRESIDENCY IS A JOKE & TWISTED SCHEME TO BAN NON-ELITES FROM QUALIFYING

If the govt wins 70% of the popular vote, while the president won only 35%, who would have the more legitimate claim to possessing the moral authority to act on citizens' behalf?

Why should a president who only had 35% support possess power to check on a govt elected by 70% of the people?

With the changes, the Elected President scheme has become a bit of a joke, really. It is nothing more than an Ivory Tower club reserved only for selected elites who twist and turn the scheme in such contortions that it has banned everyone else, except the very elite of the elites, from qualifying.

In short, it has no relevance to the average citizen at all.

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NEXT SG PRESIDENT BY SEPTEMBER THIS YEAR

The next President of Singapore have been slated for Malay candidates, and if contested, we will see a campaign between Malay Presidential candidates for possibly the first time in Singapore history. President Tony Tan's term ends on 31 August this year, it will be an interesting next few months as we will see who the Government will roll out as their selected President. Judging from their criteria, and by the fact that the next President is from a minority, we may not even see a real contest.

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PRESIDENT TONY TAN SHOWS HIS TRUE COLOURS, EXPRESS SUPPORT FOR PAP'S ELECTED PRESIDENCY

The puppet PAP President Tony Tan showed his true colours today when he spoke out in favour of the PAP's proposed constitutional amendment to the Elected Presidency. How come he can influence the Parliament on a matter of the government? Or maybe that limitation does not apply when he speaks out to support the PAP?

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WILL DAFT S'POREANS CONTINUE VOTING FOR KFC PRESIDENT TONY TAN?

The next Election is for the Singapore President. The fact that PAP's sponsored Tony Tan got only 35% of the votes at the last Presidential Elections speaks for itself. Tony Tan is likely to go into history as the least favoured SG Elected President with only 35% of Singaporeans voting for him. What a disgrace! Will PAP dare to go into the next Presidential Election, sponsoring a preferred candidate to face another more popular candidate?

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