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WP COMMUNITY FUND WALK A RESOUNDING SUCCESS

With the Workers' Party celebrating its 60th anniversary this year, over 500 participants and volunteers turned up at the Punggol Park early this Sunday morning (16 July) to support an inaugural community walk for the WP's Community Fund (WPCF).

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WP MEMBER REMAINS CLASSY DESPITE RUDE SNUB BY PAP SUPPORTER DURING HOUSE VISIT

We rushed over after we got off work, and started on our regular house visits in Nee Soon last Thursday. Off to a pretty slow start as most residents were not home or their doors were closed. Then, our spirits were lifted when some residents opened their doors and their hearts to us :) It was also an interesting night when a resident opened her door and I shared the purpose of our visit and gave her our calling card. She said to me - "I only support the PAP". I smiled and said - "Sure, we all make our choices".

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GOVT IN ALL SORTS OF TROUBLE DUE TO BAD KARMA!

Until PM Lee "sets thing right" by: Commencing an Independent query like AHTC, Replace the 2 AGs, MND and Law Minister who made boo boos resulting in today's situation and challenging his 2 siblings in Court to demonstrate that truly no one is above the law! Otherwise, by closing this serious issue prematurely with sheer numbers will only cause Singapore's stature to be diminished and the PAP candidates, unable to "lift their heads up high".

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WP NCMP LEON PERERA: CRUX IS NOT LEE FAMILY DISPUTE, BUT ABUSE OF POWER!

In a bid to refocus parliament onto proper issues of state and to move away from the Lee family drama, Non-Constituency Member of Parliament Leon Perera reminded those in parliament today that the crux of the debate should not center around 38 Oxley Road house or the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew's last will or even on the affairs of the Lee family.

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ALL 6 QUESTIONS ON OXLEY ROAD FOR PARLIAMENT TODAY FILED BY WP

I refer to the article “5 things to look out for in the July 3 Parliament debate on the Oxley Road dispute” (Straits Times, Jul 3). It states that “MPs, elected and nominated and from both sides of the House, have filed questions on the issue and have indicated that they will speak during the session.”

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WHY IS THE S'PORE OPPOSITION SO FRACTURED & PAP SO DOMINANT?

Given the almost complete dominance of the PAP in both parliament and at the voting booth, It's strange to see how fractured opposition parties are with there being at least 3 major parties that only form electoral alliances to prevent them from losing their deposit. What are the major differences between the WP, SDP, SPP, SingFirst etc? Why hasn't the PAP split into more parties in recent history?

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IMPROVEMENTS IN BEDOK AFTER NCMP DENNIS TAN FIGHTS FOR THEM IN PARLIAMENT

Kudos to NCMP Dennis Tan Lip Fong for suggesting to build a better footpath for Bedok residents! Earlier, he raised the issue in Parliament to Minister Ng Chee Meng to widen the footpath along Bedok North Avenue 4. He proposed the idea after seeing that there are many pedestrians, cyclists and e-scooters there and saw the need to make things convenient for residents.

The improvement works, which have recently started, will include the area opposite St Anthony's Canossian Secondary School and Fengshan SMC. If completed, the footpath will be at least 2 times wider and will definitely add to a safer environment.

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CHAMPIONING DIVISIVE ISSUES SHOW WHY PAP IS FORK-TONGUED

In 2013, PAP minister Indranee Rajah accused the Worker's Party of "straddling both sides of the fence" when it showed restraint and refused to be drawn into a divisive debate on the hijab issue. Fast forward to 2017: when WP raised the same issue in Parliament, the PAP and Lee Hsien Loong were quick to accuse it of championing divisive issues - conveniently ignoring the fact that its own MPs have asked about Malay representation in the Army as well as championed the tudung issue!

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