Tag: People’s Action Party

Chee Soon Juan explains why the SDP does not change leaders like the PAP

Singapore - Dr Chee Soon Juan took to social media on Monday (Apr 12) to explain why the Singapore Democratic Party’s (SDP) leadership renewal...

Hyper-competition does not necessarily lead to better economic performance: PSP’s Kumaran Pillai

Singapore – Opposition Progress Singapore Party's (PSP) Kumaran Pillai took to social media to urge more investment in local talent as many feel they...

WP volunteer helps to fix broken PAP banner

In the spirit of ‘doing the right thing’, a Workers’ Party (WP) volunteer helped to fix a broken People’s Action Party (PAP) banner. In a...

Murali “should be grateful to have his workload lessened”, says resident

Singapore -- Opposition Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) leader Dr Chee Soon Juan's recent house visits seem to have elicited a collective response from Singaporeans...

WP’s Gerald Giam to question Vivian Balakrishnan on effects of Myanmar coup

Singapore -- Workers' Party (WP) treasurer Gerald Giam is set to raise concerns over the Myanmar coup and its effects on Singaporeans with Minister...

6 PAP MPs submit first parliamentary motion to address climate change

Singapore -- Six People’s Action Party (PAP) MPs have filed the first parliamentary motion urging the Government to accelerate efforts in fighting climate change. The...

Year Ender 2020: The top local stories that made Singapore headlines

Singapore -- This year has been a roller-coaster ride, with the Covid-19 outbreak at the beginning and everything else that followed after. From the...

PAP Minister promotes KF Seetoh’s latest Makansutra heritage food guide

Minister for Culture, Community and Youth, Edwin Tong, promoted renowned food guru KF Seetoh's latest food guide, in a recent social media post. Mr Seetoh...

“WP is PAP-lite” claim is among the myths party member seeks to dispel in...

The claim that the Workers' Party (WP) is a lite version of the ruling People's Action Party (PAP) is one of the perceptions party...

No state acknowledgement for former President Yusof Ishak on his 50th death anniversary

Although 23 November 2020 marked half a century since Singapore's first President Yusof Ishak passed away, there was no state acknowledgement to commemorate the...
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