Tag: NSP

Statement on NSP’s Additional Submissions to the President of Singapore

NSP LODGES APPEAL TO THE PRESIDENT
On 20 October 2014, the National Solidarity Party (NSP) lodged an Appeal to the President of Singapore against the Minister for Communications and Information (“MCI”) for refusing to process NSP’s newspaper permit application until all members of NSP’s Central Executive Committee (“CEC”) provide their personal...

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...

DPP Announces New Members and Strategy

By Benjamin Cheah The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) announced today its four new members during the party’s 40th anniversary celebration. The new members are Mr Frankie Low, Mr Malik, Mr Firdaus and Mr Chia Ser Lin. Mr Firdaus, formerly from the National Solidarity Party’s Malay wing, joined...

Low's Low-Down on Opposition Politics

Ex-Reform Party candidate Frankie Low says that opposition political parties must form an alliance if they wish to be elected, even as he insists “the parties will never unite.” “Singapore's opposition parties run like Chinese businesses. There's no way they would give up their...

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,...

Oh, Nicole

By Elias Tan   As expected, Nicole Seah's online outpouring of  how her entry into politics has emotionally scarred her got her the vote of netizens with many sympathising with her. One, Belmont Lay of Mothership, even went to the extent of saying the government's action to weed out trolling was unnecessary because netizens...