Tag: Progress Singapore Party

PSP’s Francis Yuen says we need to rationalise the various Foreign Talent schemes

Singapore -- “Given the general unhappiness among locals over the situation of PMET employment currently, they must be convinced that they will not be...

Four women politicians in panel discussion on Singapore’s changing political landscape

Singapore -- As part of its 35th anniversary, the Association of Women for Action and Research (Aware) is organising a panel discussion on the...

Lee Suet Fern and family: With all due respect, the court of public opinion...

The saga of the fall of Singapore’s Camelot will not end with the Court of Three Judges’ decision to suspend Lee Suet Fern from...

Post-Parti Liyani: Law Ministry and agencies need to go beyond Ownself Check Ownself

Nine hours is lengthy, as parliamentary debates go. That was the amount of time spent in Parliament on the PartiLiyani case. But it will,...

Koh Poh Koon defends medishield life premium increases

Speaking in Parliament on Monday (Nov 2), Senior Minister of State for Health Koh Poh Koon explained why there was a proposed hike in...

PSP NCMPs will focus on Jobs, Social Safety Nets

The two Non-Constituency Members of Parliament (NCMPs) of the Progress Singapore Party (PSP) will focus on ‘jobs for Singaporeans and social safety nets’ when...

The Singapore People’s Action Party’s waning dominance

By: Kai Ostwald, UBC and Steven Oliver, Yale-NUS College/ Singapore -- The newly-elected 14th Parliament, much like previous parliaments, consists overwhelmingly of members from the...

Rare interview: Hsien Loong and Hsien Yang are “like chalk and cheese”

Singapore -- When asked about the differences between her husband Lee Hsien Yang and his elder brother Lee Hsien Loong in a recent interview...

PSP exhibition showcases “some of the best photos from GE 2020”

Singapore -- Dr Tan Cheng Bock’s Progress Singapore Party (PSP) has unveiled a photo exhibition on the 2020 General Election. Mr Kumaran Pillai, the party's...

PSP’s Francis Yuen’s defines ‘foreign talent,’ noting the need for it only if genuine

Singapore – Francis Yuen, assistant secretary-general of the opposition Progress Singapore Party (PSP) on Saturday (Sept 26) said the country may still need foreign...
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