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The Progress Singapore Party was launched by Founders Dr Tan Cheng Bock and Mr Lee Yung Hwee.

The two currently serve as Secretary-General and Assistant Secretary General.

Progress Singapore Party – Party Launch

Posted by The Independent Singapore on Friday, August 2, 2019

At his party’s official introduction to the public on Saturday (Aug 3), Dr Tan listed issues he said were close to Singaporeans’ hearts – such as Central Provident Fund policies, healthcare costs, income inequality and cost of living – adding that he wanted to look into the issues extensively but with available data.

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