5 Ways Inderjit Singh Could Have Stepped Down And Prevented The Wrath Of Defence...

Defence Minister Was Peeved by MP's Facebook Post Following the announcement of Electoral Boundaries, Inderjit Singh, Member of Parliament (MP) of Ang Mo Kio Group Representation Constituency (GRC) announced his intention to step down as a MP and informed the public that he will not be running in the coming General Election. Problem...

9 Questions The Parties Will Ask At The Oppositions’ Meeting

The Opposition will discuss their strategies in the upcoming General Election According to The Straits Times, the National Solidarity Party (NSP) will organise a meeting for the opposition party this Friday (31 July). This tradition prevents three-way fights which are likely to split the opposition vote -- a situation inherently...

Revealed: Where Each Opposition Party Will Contest In The Coming General Elections

This map shows you where the Opposition will contest in GE2015 Here's the Opposition Battle plan at its full glory...... Source, Source, Source, Source, Source, Source, Source, Source, Source, Source, Source North South East West -- Oppositions are everywhere At long last, President Tony Tan finally clear all the doubts in our mind these few months, and has dissolved the Parliament and issued the...

3 Opposition Parties That Made Mistakes In The Last 4 Years

The Opposition parties needs to solve these issues This post is part of a running series about the General Elections. Last Thursday (23 July), we gave you 3 Opposition Parties That Made Smart Moves In The Last 4 Years, which might have led you to think we are a pro-opposition site. As difficult as it may be...

Here’s How Political Parties Can Benefit From 5 Electoral Boundaries Changes

EBRC's report seems like a pretty sweet deal The Electoral Boundaries Review Committee (EBRC) just released the Electoral Boundaries report earlier today (24 July). This is the new electoral map for your reference. Source MustShareNews look at the changes to the Electoral Boundaries and examine how the political parties can take advantage. 1. Joo...

13 Then And Now Photos Of Singaporean Politicians Like You’ve Never Seen Them Before

Looking forward to the General Elections? Press the pause button for a bit and join us in throwing back to the good ol' days instead. Before you carry on with this article, we challenge you to leave us for awhile and switch to the Facebook tab you've got going up there. Scroll...

Forget The Old Electoral Map, Here Is What The New Electoral Map Looks Like

Battle lines are officially drawn for the coming General Election Just last week (13 July), Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong had announced in Parliament that the formation of the Electoral Boundaries Review Committee had already took place at his request 2 months ago. Today (24 July), the EBRC finally released the...

3 Opposition Parties That Made Smart Moves In The Last 4 Years

You May Consider These Alternative Parties In The Coming Election This post is part of a running series about the General Elections. Since Joshua Benjamin Jeyaretnam was elected as the first opposition Member of Parliament (MP) in 1981, only a handful of Opposition members successfully made it to the Parliament. In 2011, the...

Amos Yee Appeals His Conviction And Makes A Bizarre Request For The Hearing

Amos just cannot stop entertaining us Amos Yee confirmed through his lawyers that he will be appealing against his conviction of intending to wound the religious feelings of Christians in a video, and for uploading an obscene image onto his blog. The teenage blogger will also be appealing against his sentence...

8 Neighbourhoods In Singapore That Suffer From A Constituency Identity Crisis Every Election

EBRC has made these residents very confused Before the start of every General Election (GE) in Singapore, the Electoral Boundaries Review Committee (EBRC) will be formed by the Prime Minister to determine the size and scope of each electoral district. The EBRC consists of 5 civil servants appointed by the Prime Minister,...

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