Malaysian electoral watchdog Bersih calls for government to fix electoral malapportionment as Parliament lowers voting age to 18

The issue of electoral malapportionment, or the imbalanced division of constituencies, remains one of the issues in need of reformation by the Pakatan Harapan (PH) government, according to watchdog Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih 2.0) in a statement today (17 Jul). Citing the 17th Promise in the PH election manifesto, which covers the question of transparency and robustness …

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Brad Bowyer joins Tan Cheng Bock’s Progress Singapore Party

Brad Bowyer, former member of People’s Voices (PV), took to his Facebook on Monday (15 July) to announce that he has joined Dr Tan Cheng Bock’s Progress Singapore Party (PSP). “It is time Singapore stopped regressing and started PROGRESSING again. I am proud to be part of this movement,” he wrote. Mr Bowyer initially served as Lim Tean’s Shadow Minister …

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SPP’s Jose Raymond sets up befrienders programme in Potong Pasir

The Singapore People’s Party (SPP) has begun to show how its time investment in the single-member constituency of Potong Pasir has led to positive developments for residents in the estate. On Thursday, 4 July, the SPP’s Jose Raymond announced through a Facebook post that he has started a befrienders programme in the estate called Potong Pasir Sayang. Sayang is a …

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