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Workers' Party Celebration at Hougang Ave 5
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Photos taken by Chan FS, shows the crowd at Hougang Ave 5 celebrating the victory of the workers’ party candidate Lee Li Lian in the Punggol East By-election.

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Post Polling Day by Jeremy Chan
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Photos taken on the polling day for the Punggol East By-Election after the polls were counted.

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Subdued and Sombre Atmosphere for PAP
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By Benjamin Cheah Grim faces crowded around the television screens. Channel News Asia had set up a command centre at the void deck of Block 124A, and residents took full advantage of the televisions the CNA team used to coordinate their broadcast. When Read More

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BE2013 – looking back to look forward
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By Howard Lee The results for the Punggol East By-Election might or might not have been a surprise for the nation. But if you ask me, the results are significant enough to suggest that we need to ask two very important questions. The Read More

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Outside the Counting Centre – A Long Evening Before News of Decisive Win for Workers’ Party
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By Sharon Ng From 5pm yesterday evening the space outside North Vista Secondary School counting centre was abuzz with journalists, photographers and camera persons from the media. There was also an anxious crowd building up, as they wondered who they might see going Read More

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Second Chance at Punggol East
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By Benjamin Cheah Two years ago, I stood in line at North Spring Primary School and cast my virgin vote for the General Elections. Back then I didn’t think I’d be back anytime soon. But life has a funny way of breaking assumptions. Read More

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Singapore Democratic Alliance Campaign for the by-election
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By Darren Boon Dedicated Local, Determined Leader. This is how Mr Desmond Lim, Secretary-General of the Singapore Democratic Alliance (SDA), had been portraying himself during his campaign as the candidate for Punggol East. Many will agree that he has remained determined and dedicated, Read More

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The Reform Party's campaign for the Punggol East By-election
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By Sharon Ng The Reform Party (RP) last contested in  the West Coast GRC and the Ang Mo Kio GRC in the  General Elections in 2011. It managed to garner over 30 per cent of the votes in both GRCs, a decent showing Read More

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Workers’ Party Campaign for the by-election
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By: Ng Yi Shu Since the 14th of January the Workers’ Party candidate Ms Lee Li Lian has been working tirelessly the ground of Punggol East in her campaign. In an effort to win the votes of the demographic,  Ms Lee has addressed Read More

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The Speaker for Parliament should be impartial
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By Ghui The question of where the government begins and where the PAP ends is not an easy one to answer in a political landscape like that of Singapore’s whereby the country’s elected government is dominated by a single party. This quandary presented Read More

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