Tag: Progress Singapore Party

PSP proposes additional S$11 billion boost for Covid-19 stimulus package

Singapore – Prior to the release of the second stimulus package to be announced by Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat on Thursday afternoon (Mar 26), the Progress Singapore Party (PSP) disclosed its budget statement proposal which includes an additional S$11 billion provision. On Wednesday...

Dr Tan Cheng Bock urges Govt to avoid potential health crisis by postponing GE

Singapore – Opposition Progress Singapore Party's leader, Dr Tan Cheng Bock, gave some professional advice on social media against the holding of the General Elections. On Saturday (Mar 21), Dr Tan took to Facebook to share why the possibility of GE and the Covid-19 pandemic...

NSP ready for 3-cornered fights in Sembawang, Tampines, Pioneer and MacPherson

Singapore — The National Solidarity Party announced on Sunday (March 22) that it will be fielding 12 candidates in the coming General Election (GE), i.e. in Sembawang and Tampines GRCs and in Pioneer and MacPherson SMCs. NSP Secretary-General Spencer Ng said the party will be...

PSP could become largest opposition party in the coming elections

Singapore – The opposition Progress Singapore Party's (PSP) plan to contest 15 constituencies (7 SMCs and 8 GRCs) in the coming General Election could turn it into the largest opposition party and lead to three-way fights. The announcement, as reported by the straitstimes.com on March 18, has...

PSP expels member for offensive post against religion

The Progress Singapore Party (PSP) has expelled a member for  publishing an offensive Facebook post against religion that caused an uproar on social media. The expulsion was announced on Saturday (March 21), according to channelnewsasia.com. It followed an admission by the member, Mr Chan Jan Lin,...

Progress Singapore Party is recruiting volunteers in preparation for the General Election

Singapore – Opposition Progress Singapore Party (PSP) has announced a recruitment call for volunteers who want to play their part in the upcoming General Elections. On Wednesday (Mar 18), the PSP posted details on their need for Polling (PA) and Counting Agents (CA) for the...

Progress Singapore Party’s statement on electoral boundaries, says to put politics aside and prioritise S’poreans’ health and welfare

Singapore – The Progress Singapore Party (PSP) has released its statement on the electoral boundaries and urged the current Government to consider the implications of holding the General Elections early amid the Covid-19 pandemic. On Saturday (Mar 14), the PSP, represented by Secretary-General Dr Tan...

Teething issues for PSP, netizens confident that new leadership will overcome it

Major changes in the Progress Singapore Party’s (PSP) Central Executive Committee (CEC) has divided netizens into two camps – those sceptical of the party’s changes, and those accepting it as the norm. Former assistant secretary-general Lee Yung Hwee stepped down as ASG needing to take...

PSP warned by netizen to take precautions even while conducting events to get more votes

A netizen recently warned the Progress Singapore Party (PSP) to take the necessary precautions even while conducting events with the aim of getting more votes so as not to spread the Covid-19 virus. The PSP on Monday (March 9) shared photos of another organised walkabout...

Dr Tan Cheng Bock uploads a pleasant surprise: A photo of himself and wife

Singapore – When Dr Tan Cheng Bock surprised netizens by uploading a photo of himself and his wife on social media, many were quick to comment that they were a good-looking couple and to express their support for him and his Progress Singapore Party...