Lim Tean advocates for Tan Kin Lian: A visionary leader for Singapore’s Presidency

In his speech at Mr Tan Kin Lian’s launch of his presidential bid, Mr Lim Tean passionately championed the need for a truly Independent President. Highlighting Mr Tan Kin Lian’s unique credentials and genuine concern for the wellbeing of Singaporeans, the Peoples Voice leader emphasized the pressing challenges of rising living costs and job insecurities faced by the public. Mr Lim depicted Mr Tan Kin Lian as a beacon of hope for the nation, advocating for a leader who genuinely understands and represents the people’s aspirations.

Lim Tean calls for a reinvention of Singapore on its 58th National Day

Lim Tean, Leader of Peoples Voice, emphasizes the need for reinvention: ‘As our country turns 58, Singaporeans face diminished dreams and eroding trust. It’s time to step from the Old into the New.’

Lim Tean urges PM Lee to call for election as more PAP scandals unfold

Amid a series of scandals engulfing the ruling party, Lim Tean, leader of the People’s Voice party, urges PM Lee to dissolve parliament and call for an election, emphasizing that a party in such a state is unfit to govern. He sees these developments as a significant lapse in PM Lee’s judgment.

Peoples Voice Leader calls for resignation of Parliament Speaker over controversial remark

In a recent political controversy that has gripped Singapore, Lim Tean, the leader of the People’s Voice Party, has strongly reacted to a comment made by Mr Tan Chuan Jin, Speaker of the Parliament, calling for him to resign as Speaker and a Committee on Privileges to be convened over him calling another Member of Parliament, a “fxxking populist”.

Peoples Voice chief Lim Tean voices concerns over historic tree felling at 26 and 31 Ridout Road

Peoples Voice Chief, Lim Tean, criticizes ministers K Shanmugam and Vivian Balakrishnan for extensive historic tree felling at their residences, questioning government’s ‘go green’ messaging. “If a person does not like trees or cannot tolerate the thought that there might be snakes or mosquitoes in the vicinity of his house, he has no business living in a B&W (Black & White Bungalow),” wrote Mr Lim.

Singaporean shares experience of being forced to abandon a masters in a local university due to alleged subsidy removal

A Singaporean shared her story of having to give up her dream of pursuing a local Masters in Engineering after subsidies for her desired course were allegedly removed. The fees skyrocketed from a few thousand dollars to around S$30,000. She settled for an online MBA and hopes the government prioritizes subsidies for local students.

Lee Hsien Yang suggests possible breach of ministerial code over bungalow rentals

Mr Lee Hsien Yang, in his latest Facebook post, indicates a potential violation of the Ministerial Code of Conduct, spotlighting the rental of colonial bungalows by Ministers K Shanmugam and Vivian Balakrishnan and calling attention to possible conflicts of interest

Calls for Commission of Inquiry into Singapore Land Authority property rentals to ministers from opposition leaders

Kenneth Jeyaretnam and Lim Tean are calling for a Commission of Inquiry (COI) to probe the rental of state-owned properties to Cabinet Ministers Shanmugam and Balakrishnan, raising concerns about conflicts of interest, transparency, rental valuation, property maintenance, and ecological impact.

Lim Tean challenges claim on family offices’ low impact on Singapore’s property market and inequality

Lim Tean, Leader of the Peoples Voice, disputes Minister of State (MOS) for Trade and Industry Alvin Tan’s claim that family offices have not impacted Singapore’s private property market or contributed to inequality. Mr Lim accuses the government of creating a playground for the ultra-rich, driving talented Singaporeans away due to rising rental and property prices, and questions the MOS’ statements on the impact of foreign funds on the economy.

Peoples Voice May Day message: Standing Up For The Singaporean Worker!

In his May Day message, Mr Lim Tean, leader of the Peoples Voice (PV) party, highlights the concerning job imbalance in Singapore, with 88.5% of jobs created in 2022 going to foreigners. PV emphasizes the need to prioritize Singaporean workers, address job insecurity, and reject policies that disadvantage locals in the labor market.