Daily Archives: 2011-05-13

Singapore People’s Party aims high
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Benjamin Cheah/ The Singapore People’s Party (SPP) is seeking to win the hearts and minds of the people. Unveiling the SPP’s five-year “comeback plan”, Mr Benjamin Pwee outlined the SPP’s vision of collaborating with ordinary Singaporeans for a better future. Despite its defeat Read More

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Disparity between election results and seats won
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Daniel Yuan/ It was interesting to see the numbers for the elected candidates placed right beside the share of valid votes in http://www.ge.sg/tallyseats/ now that the results are out. Share of valid votes from the various parties: PAP: 60.1% WP: 12.8% NSP: 12.0% Read More

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MARUAH & TOC present: Post-Elections public forum
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Last updated on October 20th, 2015 at 11:17 pmThe recent Singapore General Elections 2011 was electrifying. Emotions ran high and change was in the air. The dissection has begun. MARUAH & TOC would like to share perspectives and some analysis on GE2011. We Read More

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Letters from Vui Kong – The First Letter: Prison Life
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Yong Vui Kong is a death row inmate in Singapore. He was arrested at age 19 with 47.27g of heroin, convicted of trafficking and sentenced under the Mandatory Death Penalty. His final appeal was dismissed by the Court of Appeal on 4 April Read More

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A conflict of interest?
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Joseph Teo/ In the Straits Times on Thursday 12 May 2011, on page A4, “Cynthia Phua promises proper handover”, the following was reported: “Aljunied Town Council is now managed by CPG Facilities Management, with whom the town council signed a three-year contract last Read More

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NGOs form a coalition against the death penalty in Malaysia
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Last updated on October 20th, 2015 at 11:17 pmKirsten Han / Six NGOs, together with the cooperation of the Malaysian Bar Council and certain Members of the Malaysian Parliament, have come together to make a stand on the use of the death penalty in Malaysia. Read More

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