Tag: Singapore Democratic Party

Chee Soon Juan publishes new book ‘Never On Bended Knees’, rebuts Grace Fu who mocked him for not holding a job

In anticipation of the launch of his new book ‘Never On Bended Knees’, Dr Chee Soon Juan, the Secretary-general of the Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) took to Facebook with a video talking about his book. He also took the opportunity to address comments made...

SDP’s Dr Chee celebrates their increasing popularity

The Singapore Democratic Party’s (SDP) Secretary-General Dr Chee Soon Juan has been in the spotlight of the media many times. However, as the elections draw closer, both him and members of all the other political parties take centre stage, and try to out-do one...

Chee Soon Juan on the next GE: Have to rally the troops for the coming battle

It seems that the People’s Action Party’s (PAP) passing of the torch after the choosing of their Central Executive Committee (CEC), as well as the possibility of the next General Elections (GE) being held sooner rather than later, has gotten everyone in the political...

Chiams need a dose of reality

By Mary Lee One wonders what led the Singapore People’s Party leaders to re-elect a frail Chiam See Tong and his wife, who lost an Opposition stronghold in the last election, to head the party on Friday. Chiam, 78 , commands a lot of admiration among...

Hospital Shame

The Independent Singapore did an interview with Dr Tan Lip Hong on the bed crunch at some of our hospitals, with the Changi General Hospital setting up an air-conditioned tent to accommodate patients. Dr Tan has worked as a GP in the heartlands for...

Little India riot: What they say

By Benjamin Cheah In the wake of Sunday's riots,  opposition parties and ordinary citizens are responding with messages of calm,  reconciliation and encouragement. Workers' Party Media Team chair Gerald  Giam called for calm. “We urge members of the public to refrain from speculation  and unnecessary accusations...

Medishield Life Examined

MediShield Life is the next milestone in a complex, complicated and confusing healthcare journey. A committee has been appointed to make recommendations. Here, Dr Paul Tambyah, a professor at NUH and one of those who authored the Singapore Democratic Party's national healthcare plan, answers...