Tag: National Solidarity Party

NSP to Appeal Delay in Permit for ‘North Star News’

NSP LODGES APPEAL TO THE PRESIDENT
The National Solidarity Party has recently lodged an appeal with the president in regard to delays in the processing of the newspaper permit for the party newspaper ‘North Star News’. The paper has been waiting on the processing of the permit since 13 July...

Nicole Seah’s Untimely Departure

Three years after she burst on to the political scene with a youthful freshness and bountiful energy, opposition politician Nicole Seah is leaving her party, the National Solidarity Party. Her departure was not unexpected, coming soon after her move to Bangkok for work and displaying...

Does colour of skin matter?

The National Solidarity Party is calling for the abolishment of the Group Representation Constituency Scheme in favour of the Constituency Reserved for Minority scheme, which it believes will give the minority its continued representation in parliament without undermining democracy. Under the CRM scheme, Singapore reverts...

A counter to Budget 2014

It’s been hard trying to focus on the Singapore Government’s $8 billion Pioneer Generation health package this past week.  Coverage has been about 98 per cent propaganda and two per cent uncritical commentary in major media. A fairly comprehensive counter proposal finally emerged a...

Truth or Dare? Run the Gauntlet, Torch the Ashes, Raise the Phoenix

Singapore’s foremost political leader once famously stated : "What political party helps an opposition to come to power? Why should we not demolish them before they get started? Once they get started, it’s more difficult to demolish them.  If you are polite to me, I'm...

Nicole Seah Interview

  Last week, the 27-year-old National Solidarity Party politician found herself the subject of what she calls “gutter journalism” and threatened to sue publisher Singapore Press Holdings. Here is an excerpt of her interview with Mumbrella Asia editor Robin Hicks about her run-in with SPH,...

Nicole Seah … again

By Elias Tan Writing headlines is tricky business. They have to be accurate, catchy, responsible...Lianhe Wanbao is eating humble pie because it got it wrong when it said in its headline that Opposition politician Nicole Seah was seeing a man believed to be married. The man, identified as Steven...

NSP has niche role to play

By Tan Bah Bah After the Workers' Party, the Opposition party with the best shot at having a presence in the next Parliament is the National Solidarity Party. It has a chance in Marine Parade GRC where its 2011 share of votes was a respectable 43.36...