Chee Soon Juan Literally Walks The Walk By Trekking Across Singapore Over 4 Days

Spot Chee Soon Juan walking around Singapore GE might be over, but political efforts don’t just suddenly stop. Take Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) for example – they’re already gearing up for GE2020. How do we know? Because SDP’s Secretary-General Chee Soon Juan (CSJ) is walking the talk. #walkthetalk2015 What is #walkthetalk2015? SDP wants to...

SDP’s Jaslyn Go “Heartbroken” After Defeat, Says Voters Are Not Risk Takers

SDP's Jaslyn Go losing heart Nearly two months after the election, we’re still talking about it. Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) candidate Jaslyn Go only garnered 26.46% of votes in Yuhua SMC, losing to the incumbent's Grace Fu. On PAP’s landslide victory, Jaslyn Go has this to say: https://www.facebook.com/JaslynGoHuiLeng/posts/1172231832806161 TL;DR? Go said that voters are afraid to...

7 New Things We Learnt From The IPS GE2015 Survey

Election issues pop up again two months later GE2015 happened 2 months ago, and on Wednesday (4 Nov), the Institute of Policy Studies released their survey findings of the elections. Remember how we wondered if the opposition would win over more seats, or if dear Dr Chee Soon Juan would have a sweet return...

Baey Yam Keng Proves To Be Tampines Residents’ Bae With Hands-On Approach

Is there anything that Baey wouldn't do? Following a freak HDB lift accident that happened last week (9 Oct), dedicated Tampines MP Baey Yam Keng decided to step up maintenance work in the area. And he’s doing it himself, no less. Baey became part of the maintenance crew and went on a...

WP’s Yee Jenn Jong Takes Offence At ST’s Accusations Of Team Marine Parade Infighting

No discord or power play, says WP's Marine Parade leader On Sunday (11 Oct), an article entitled "Worker's Party trying to move forward" turned up on The Straits Times. Seemingly about Workers' Party's (WP) efforts to regroup after seeing a 6.83% drop in the popular vote at the 2015 General Election, the...

Tan Chuan-Jin Is Basically Minister Of Social Media, But Overlooks One Basic Thing

Playing PAP's PR Department The new cabinet will commence their duties with effect from October 2015, but, hardworking Tan Chuan-Jin seems to have already started his job as Minster of Social and Family Development Social Media. That's right, he's been very busy on his Facebook, paying tribute to his colleagues. Let's take a look...

Singaporeans, This Is Your New Cabinet

Lee Hsien Loong's 4th cabinet features 2 new faces and 3 Coordinating Ministers 2 weeks after winning 69.9% of the popular vote in the GE2015, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has announced his fourth cabinet on Monday (28 Sept). https://www.facebook.com/ChannelNewsAsiaSingapore/photos/pb.93889432933.-2207520000.1443492990./10153173600677934/?type=3&theater What are the changes? 3 Coordinating Ministers There will be 3 Coordinating Ministers, whose...

Nobody Knows What Will Happen To Lee Li Lian’s Rejected NCMP Seat

Who will ascend the throne? The Workers' Party's (WP) Lee Li Lian, Dennis Tan, and Leon Perera have been elected as Non-Constituency Members of Parliament (NCMP), the Elections Department (ELD) announced Wednesday (16 Sept). The three were the unelected candidates from Opposition parties with the highest votes -- Lee Li Lian garnered 48.24%...

Singaporean Politicians Pay Tribute To LKY On What Would Have Been His 92th Birthday

Tributes pour in If Mr Lee Kuan Yew was still alive, he would turn 92 on this day (16 Sep). He passed away on 23 March this year. Half a year has passed since his demise, but Singaporeans certainly have not forgotten him. We'll always remember the man for his dedication to Singapore...

13 Noteworthy Candidate Reactions to GE2015

What did they have to say? After nine days of intense campaigning, there was inevitable disappointment among several opposition parties at the election results. Some took in their stride, looking to the future, while others were less pleased about the results. We take a look at what the big players had to...

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