Thursday, August 13, 2020
In a media interview during a walkabout at Nee Soon GRC today (August 16), Workers' Party Sylvia Lim confirmed that the incumbent team will remain to serve in Aljunied GRC and contest in the coming...
The Lee Hsien Loong dictatorship has been incompetent, and very expensive considering the numerous tax raises. It is understandable that Singaporeans are now looking for a new government to replace the PAP government, and the...
A PAP grassroot leader made a rant at a private closed group on Facebook lambasting Tanjong Pagar GRC MP Dr Chia Shi Lu for expecting residents to wait at their door for him. A resident posted...
PAP-endorsed candidate Halimah Yacob has broken the country's election laws by beginning her campaign before the closing of Nomination Day. Halimah Yacob yesterday (Aug 25) launched her presidency campaign website featuring a "valedictory" letter from Prime...
The driver of a 20 foot truck with a huge LED display on its side showing a Workers' Party logo is now under police investigation from the Criminal Investigation Division (CID). According to a media interview...
In the General Election result yesterday (May 9), the Opposition led by former Prime Minister Dr Mahatir Mohamad have secured a clear majority, 113 seats out of 222, to take over the government. This is...
The National Solidarity Party (NSP) is set to lose Tampines GRC, Sembawang GRC and Pioneer SMC after their approval tumbled when they announced their decision to reverse their promise and contest in a three-corner fight...
Former Senior Minister of State Grace Fu reacted angrily to Singapore Democratic Party's successful rally today and launch a tirade against the SDP, warning Singaporeans about the "dangerous path of SDP": "We can't afford to be...
In his announcement of his Jurong GRC candidates today (August 21), Deputy Prime Minister and also Finance Minister Tharman Shamugaratnam pleaded to Singaporeans to give the ruling party PAP government more time to fix the problems...
The ruling party PAP is putting up posters of Lee Hsien Loong everywhere in Singapore, somewhat believing the Prime Minister is able to shore up votes. However, the PAP runs a risk of infringing the...