Daily Archives: 2011-05-10

    George Yeo’s press statement
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    Last updated on October 20th, 2015 at 11:17 pmPress Statement by George Yeo on 10 May 2011 at MFA Thank you for waiting a couple of days for me to rest before meeting you. I would like to make some remarks before taking Read More

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    A new hope
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    Last updated on October 20th, 2015 at 11:17 pmSteffen Toh / In the wee hours of Sunday morning, as the dust of the just-concluded battle royale in Aljunied barely settled, a friend on Facebook wondered, with more than a tinge of sadness, if Read More

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    The battle for 2016 starts now
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    Yong Yang I woke up this morning with mixed feelings. While I’m ecstatic that the Worker’s Party has finally clinched a Group Representation Constituency, I can’t help but feel that we can only truly celebrate when we manage to hold on the Aljunied Read More

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    When opposing is the loyal, royal thing to do
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    Edmund Tee Before I start in earnest, I hope everybody recognizes that despite everything that the incumbent has done to stack the odds in its favour, I am grateful that we have an electoral system that actually leads to a result which the Read More

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    Autocracy, belief and control
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    Last updated on October 20th, 2015 at 11:17 pmKaren Tse / “You believe the Workers’ Party is in Parliament to help the good of Singaporeans or to oppose the PAP?” – Straits Times, 9 May. Before I answer MM Lee, I would like Read More

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