Nomination Day lai liao!
If you have not gotten the memo, Nomination Day is TOMORROW (1 Sep).
In yesterday’s edition of Politics In 5 Minutes, we found out that WP will be filing the latest AHPETC report today; SPP’s Chiam See Tong will not be running in this GE; and NSP finally came alive.
What do these parties have to say on their social media pages today, given that tomorrow is crunch time?
We’ll find out:
People’s Action Party
Minister Teo Ser Luck taking a selfie with a fan:
PAP’s mobile app even has a sticker cam feature:
Minister Yaacob Ibrahim visited Geylang Bahru market Sunday morning (30 Aug).
Yesterday (30 Aug), LHL paid respects to Singapore Buddhist Lodge’s late President Lee Bock Guan.
Ng Eng Hen shared some sagely advice from the late LKY.
On Sunday (3o Aug), Tan Chuan-Jin got together with residents of Telok Kurau and Joo Chiat for a day out at Telok Kurau Park.
And what does the minister do after a hectic day out with residents and a long day in the office?
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How many are instant noodle junkies? Kee chiu! Another long day in the office. Mega community walk this morning. House visit. Party!!@Telok Kurau park, first time combining with all our friends from whole of Telok Kurau and some say Frankel too! And then launch of our just done town upgrading with a getai added in. Nothing like a bowl of steaming instant noodles to end the day with. No kid! 😃
Kee chiu if you approve this method of unwinding!
WP launched a campaign video:
Today (31 Aug), WP unveiled their final slate of candidates for this GE.
Democratic Progressive Party
SPP-DPP will be having a walkabout at Toa Payoh TONITE:
Weeks ago, Nadine Yap was introduced as a slated candidate for DPP in the Bishan-Toa Payoh Team. Yesterday (30 Aug), the candidates for SPP-DPP were unveiled but Yap was not amongst them.
Although she is unlikely to stand for election, she will still be speaking up even if she’s not in parliament.
People’s Power Party
PPP shared a Bloomberg article on how Singapore’s socio-economic conditions has worsened since GE2011.
They also uploaded a photo of their poster for Choa Chu Kang:
And appealed for volunteers. (That’s a pretty scary poster though)
In case you were wondering why a Facebook page called Singapore Cats is sharing photos not related to felines, CATS actually refer to Causes Against Tyranny & Subjugation. So nope, not exactly a cat-loving page.
RP shared an article on the AMK deficit report.
RP wants to cap the number of foreign workers in Singapore:
Gilbert Goh shared a letter from a certain Terence alleging that MSF has a “big loophole in the employment practice”.
Singapore Democratic Alliance
SDA posted an article from The Middle Ground featuring viral favourite Desmond Lim:
Singapore Democratic Party
SDP shared a viral video of CSJ speaking in Hokkien:
They also released another infographic to illustrate their ideas for Singapore’s economic system:
If you’ve missed SingFirst’s unveiling of their second batch of candidates, SingFirst has uploaded their footage here:
SingFirst also posted a throwback video of Tan Jee Say speaking in their second public forum on 13 June this year:
Singapore People’s Party
SPP’s Facebook page finally comes alive!
This post came after their one-week hiatus on Facebook.
Ravi Philemon dedicated a shout-out to SPP’s Bryan Long, who was unveiled as part of the SPP-DPP team for Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC:
Things are gonna be exciting, so watch this space as we keep you updated!
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