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Daily Archives: 2012-05-18

Yaw Shin Leong apologises and urges voters to support WP

~ By Kumaran Pillai ~ Yaw Shin Leong finally breaks his silence and has written a letter to the residents of Hougang to support the Wokers' Party in the upcoming by election on the 26th of May 2012. The Hougang SMC seat became vacant after he was expelled from the party in February this year. Below is a copy of …

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Postponement of Event to 2 JUNE 2012

~ By Funtion 8  & Maruah ~ We have been informed by the police on the evening of Tuesday, 15 May that the exemption granted under the Public Entertainments and Meetings Act to Speakers’ Corner, Hong Lim Park has been revoked with effect from 16 May to 26 May 2012 because of the upcoming by-election. A police permit is therefore required …

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Don't Be Swayed So Easily Singapore!

~By John Chan Chi Yung~ The PM and the rest of the PAP would like all to keep in mind that they have changed many policies and taken many actions to address 'our concerns' (but which are more correctly problems that they themselves caused). If you feel that various members of the PAP, especially the PM are sincere about changing …

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TOC Statement on Photo Misuse

"The photo you see below, taken by TOC photographer Chan Zhijian Jeremy, was reproduced without credit on Occupy Singapore's Facebook page. This photo was used to create the impression that the PAP’s Mr Desmond Choo was refusing to shake the hand of the WP’s Mr Png Eng Huat. This was done with no reference to a separate photo, which shows Mr Choo …

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Ben Pwee: Vote with the national political agenda in mind

~By Benjamin Pwee~ We are happy to see Hougang residents having a chance to exercise their vote again, in the coming Hougang by-elections. This is testimony to elections being the constitutional right of every citizen of Singapore, for the common man to choose his own leader and parliamentary representative. We wish all political parties contesting in the Hougang by-elections a …

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The Hougang Divide

By Ghui – Recent events have given Singaporeans an opportunity to make up for lost time in the exercise of their democratic rights. From having virtually no opportunities to head to the polling station, Singaporeans now find themselves in the throes of election fever for the third time in less than eighteen months. On 26 May 2012, Hougang residents will …

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