Daily Archives: May 25, 2011

Gratefulness has nothing to do with it
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This is a letter from a TOC reader. G Hui/ I would just like to add on to Elaine Ong’s article: “False Identities and disloyalties”. Like her, I have heard many comments levelled against voters who have voted against against the PAP. Comments such as Read More

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Bring Eric Tan back to the party: WP volunteers
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Andrew Loh/ A group of supporters and volunteers of the Workers’ Party (WP) is calling on the party to reinstate Mr Eric Tan back into the party. The group, which includes volunteers who helped with the party’s East Coast GRC team in the Read More

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The Mandatory Death Penalty
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This was originally posted as a Facebook note by the author. David King/ The recent arrest of an author has highlighted the Mandatory Death Penalty here in Singapore once again, even with the various Human Right’s groups and activists doggedly denouncing the Mandatory Death Read More

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Social Media in Singapore Politics: It’s Serious Business Folks!
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This article was originally posted on 24 May 2011 on Economy Watch . TOC thanks Economy Watch for permission to publish this in full here. Raymond Tham/ It takes a brave person to write about politics in Singapore. Over the years, publications and journalists Read More

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REACHing out? Try a little humility first
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Howard Lee/ Today published an article on 24 May, “Going through REACH alone might not work”. The headline is about as close as we will get to the People’s Action Party admitting that the crown jewel of its engagement efforts since the dawn of Goh Chok Tong’s Read More

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