Tag Archives: West Coast GRC

PAP MP Desmond Lee And HDB Offer Empty Promise To Boon Lay Resident

Fast forward to GE 2020 week. Mr Desmond Lee who was campaigning in West Coast GRC, came to visit my home to win votes. I explained the critical issues in my HDB and I could not even have a proper conversation with him for 5mins and his assistant had to take over to record my issue while he just walked away to visit other residents. Shows how much he is willing to listen to you. He made promises to contact me within days. As of 5 September 2020, neither HDB nor the MP have responded. Thank you to the useless residents of West Coast GRC for voting for a party who only show face once every 5 years.

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GE2020: Reform Party Gives Way to PSP to Avoid Three-Cornered Fight in West Coast

West Coast residents and all Singaporeans will remember the Reform Party for graciously giving up their ward to make things easier for PSP who is seeking to contest in West Coast GRC. It definitely was not easy for RP to come to this decision given the party's "strong emotional connection" to West Coast, as written by Kenneth Jeyaretnam in RP's Facebook announcement, but they are doing this for the greater opposition unity. Talks between the leaders of both parties over claims to West Coast GRC had previously been unsuccessful.

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WEST COAST GRC HYGIENE STANDARDS ARE DISGUSTING!

West coast GRC hygiene standard has been deteriorating over the last couple of years due to poor estate management. Just a few examples: If you visit west coast food centre, you will be shock by the how filthy the food center. Wow! 13 Mynas! They are the real beneficiaries of the tray return scheme!

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PAP ANNOUNCES TEAM FOR WEST COAST GRC

The People’s Action Party (PAP) officially announced today the slate of candidates for West Coast Group Representation Constituency (GRC) in the upcoming General Elections. The GRC has been downsized from a 5 to a 4-member constituency. Newcomer Mr Patrick Tay , who moves over from Nee Soon GRC, will join Ms Foo Mee Har, Mr S Iswaran and Mr Lim Hng Kiang.

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