WORKERS' PARTY

Despite Opposition Winning More Seats At GE2020, They Still Have More Grounds To Cover To Beat PAP

Although the WP has managed to capture another GRC owing to gutter politicking by the establishment, the PAP still controls an unacceptable 83 seats in Parliament which makes frequent adjustments to the Constitution entirely plausible without much dissent. The Sec-Gen of the WP though offered “Leader of the Opposition” title by the government in name, still has that unresolved PRPTC lawsuit hanging over his head as is his fellow MP Raeesah Khan who has been implicated in ongoing police investigations by an ardent PAP member.

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Why Are PAP Losers Allowed To Be Grassroots Advisors, Use PA Facilities & Resources When WP Winners Cannot?

Despite winning the elections for Aljunied, Sengkang and Hougang, Workers' Party MPs still have to hold their Meet-the-People's sessions in make-shift cubicles at the open-air void decks. Contrast this to the PAP losing candidates, who still get the role of 'grassroots advisors' and are freely allowed to use the CCs and RCs for their grassroots activities.

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GE2020: 154 Media Changes Headlines On WP Jamus Lim Article To Make It More Flattering For PAP Vivian Balakrishnan

It looks like the writer got a memo from the Government to give the poor Minister some credit. It's like they need that extra support so badly. And thats why SIngapore's mainstream media tanks on independence and true journalism

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GE2020: East Coast Voters Should Vote WP So That Tharman Can Be Prime Minister

To East Coast voters, please vote WP and vote Heng Swee Keat out. This is the best chance for us to get Tharman as Singapore's PM, if Heng is out. You will get Nicole Seah and an excellent WP team in Parliament. Heng Swee Keat can be appointed to head GIC or better still, Temasek Holdings to replace Ho Ching.

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GE2020: Is Tan Wu Meng So Desperate To Win That He Has To Resort To Playing Racial Politics?

"This man grew up in Singapore. Singapore gave him his education and he earns a living here. An education and a living that is denied to many minorities in the region." Somehow Tan seems to be insinuating that Alfian, as a minority, should be grateful for having been done the special favour of receiving an education from the benevolent majority, as if Singaporean minorities need the goodwill of the benevolent majority to be given an education, as if that goodwill is contingent on Singaporean minorities being subservient and toeing the line.

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WP's Yee Jenn Jong Questions How Elections Can Be Carried Out Fairly During COVID19

WP's Yee Jenn Jong Questions How Elections Can Be Carried Out Fairly During COVID19

So the reluctance of the PAP Ministers to rule out the General Elections from happening soon speaks volume to Singaporeans. it does seem that the GE would be happening, not in April 2021, but most likely during this year itself. As the COVID19 virus is not likely to disappear anytime soon, Yee ponders how elections can go on as per normal.

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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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Will Low Thia Khiang Be Contesting In East Coast GRC?

Prominent WP NMPs Daniel Goh and Leon Perera have been seen going on walkabouts around Aljunied with Low Thia Khiang, raising the possibility that both will be candidates in Aljunied GRC. Expert political observer Tan Ern Ser said that Low Thia Khiang's move to contest East Coast GRC will not affect the chances of losing WP losing Aljunied GRC.

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WP's Leon Perera: How Much Financial Aid Given To Foreign Students By Govt?

WP's Leon Perera: How Much Financial Aid Given To Foreign Students By Govt?

His exact wording of the question was "To ask the Minister for Education in each of the past five years, what is the total Government spending on scholarships and other forms of financial aid given to foreign students studying in Singapore schools and universities".

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TEACHERS WELCOME WP'S SUGGESTION TO REDUCE CLASS SIZES FOR BETTER LEARNING

While the Workers' Party's suggestion to reduce class sizes for the benefit of students has been shot down by none other than the PAP minister in charge of education, Mr Ng Chee Meng, it remains a popular and valid idea that most teachers would love to see implemented for the benefit of their students.

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