Tag: Progress Singapore Party

PSP’s Kumaran Pillai’s promises for Kebun Baru SMC

Following a walkabout at Mayflower Market, Progress Singapore Party's candidate for Kebun Baru SMC Mr Kumaran Pillai answered a few queries on his plans for the district. When asked about the problems faced by Kebun Baru residents, he spoke about the leaking ceilings, rat infestations,...

PSP’s Kumaran Pillai conducts mobile Meet-The-People Session for residents in Kebun Baru SMC

Singapore — As part of his campaign in Kebun Baru SMC, Kumaran Pillai from the Progress Singapore Party (PSP) held a mobile Meet-The-People session (MPS) to understand the grievances of the residents in the area on July 5. Before the MPS, he visited Mayflower Market and Food...

PSP e-rally: PAP’s party whip system is “an outdated concept”

Singapore – The Progress Singapore held its first e-rally on June 4. Present at the rally was its Tanjong Pagar GRC Team comprising Abas Kasmani, Harish Pillay, Michael Chua, Wendy Low and Terence Soon, as well as stand-alone candidate for Kebun Baru SMC Kumaran...

Tan Cheng Bock says 10 million population is “too much for this country”

During a walkabout at Teck Whye Lane on Friday (Jul 3), Progress Singapore Party (PSP) Chief Dr Tan Cheng Bock commented that a 10 million population target “is too much for this country”. He added, “I don't know whether the figure was plucked from somewhere...

Kebun Baru resident tired of long wait to mend broken ceiling, says he asked his MP earlier with no results

A Kebun Baru resident complained that his then-Member of Parliament Henry Kwek did not help with his damaged and broken ceiling, despite the issue spanning more than a year. In a meeting with Progress Singapore Party (PSP) candidate Kumaran Pillai, one Mr Bose showed the...

PSP’s Leong Mun Wai tells Shanmugam that Nee Soon was never up for “horse-trading”

Another member of the Progress Singapore Party (PSP) responded to Minister K Shanmugam’s comments that PSP’s contesting Nee Soon GRC was ‘half-hearted’. In a Facebook post yesterday (Jul 2), Assistant Secretary-General Leong Mun Wai wrote that “PSP is always committed to Nee Soon” “As I am...

PSP’s Kumaran Pillai brings Kebun Baru’s rat problem to light

Singapore -- The Progress Singapore Party’s Kumaran Pillai has raised an issue that has plagued the people in Kebun Baru for years -- rat infestation. Sharing an image of a dead rodent in a drain, the PSP candidate for the new Single-Member Constituency wrote: "Major...

GE2020 political debate: Why does the opposition get 90 seconds while PAP gets 270?

Singapore – Candidates from four political parties contesting for the most seats in the General Elections faced off in a debate on Wednesday (July 1) and tackled issues such as rising unemployment, job creation, and social mobility. Meanwhile, members of the public wondered why...

Online GE Chatter: “East Coast, East Coast”, Wong vs Khor, and Chee Soon Juan a gentleman

1. Heng Swee Keat's redundant "East Coast" speech has left many scratching their heads.  Singapore's Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat delivered a Nomination Day speech which many found amusing and ... confusing. After announcing that the People's Action Party "has a plan",...

Growing friendship between Lee Hsien Yang and PSP leaders, especially Leong Mun Wai

Singapore -- Many people have noticed the growing friendship between the Progress Singapore Party leadership, especially that of PSP Assistant Secretary-General Leong Mun Wai, and new member Lee Hsien Yang, the younger brother of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. In a Facebook post on Wednesday...