Sunday, July 5, 2020
According to an insider tip-off to States Times Review, the National Solidarity Party will not contest in the coming General Elections and constituencies like Sembawang GRC, Tampines GRC and Pioneer SMC will be uncontested which...
"There is no need for MPs to give up their full-time jobs", says PAP candidate Murali for Bukit Batok by-election. The PAP candidate was ridiculing his SDP opponent Dr Chee Soon Juan who promised to...
Law Minister K Shanmugam today (Nov 16) unwittingly shot his colleague Minister Khaw Boon Wan in the back revealing that the under-performing Transport Minister did not volunteer for the S$1.76 million-a-year ministerial job. "In 2015, he...
An Ang Mo Kio GRC resident found a political flyer promoting PAP candidate Intan on his car's windshield this morning at the carpark next to 542b serangoon north Ave 3. The resident called his area's Residents' Committee (RC)...
At the introduction of the PAP 'suicide' team at Aljunied GRC, Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam explicitly indicated that the PAP candidates chosen are yes-men who "advance the national agenda". What is implicitly left out...
Minister of State Chan Chun Sing today (Sep 5) told media reporters that he thinks that the demotion to Speaker of Parliament "suits" Tan Chuan Jin's "strength": "All of us play different roles in different points...
In his forum letter to Chinese newspaper Lian He Zao Bao, former PAP MP Goh Choon Kang criticised the current PAP administration as "arrogant, slack and lost touch with the ground". The criticism was featured...
In an open interview with ASEAN reporters today, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong downplayed the influence of his father Lee Kuan Yew's leadership after his retirement in 1990. PM Lee junior said that it has...
According to state media Straits Times interview with Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat who recently suffered a stroke, the first thing the PAP Minister asked when he woke up from his coma was to ask...
On the ruling party People's Action Party's Facebook page, a photo to remind Singaporeans that they are paying one of the lowest fares in the world went viral. Titled "Keeping Transport Costs Affordable", the photo...