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Forum: I disagree that Mr Goh Meng Seng is a “Veteran opposition politician”

"Reading the history books, one can only draw the conclusion that he is bitter over not having more power in the Workers Party"

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Dear Editor,

I refer to your article:

I disagree that Mr Goh Meng Seng is a “Veteran opposition politician”. Reading the history books, one can only draw the conclusion that he is bitter over not having more power in the Workers Party. He is also the single biggest factor behind NSP’s huge bleed in the previous election, and the culprit behind Tan Kin Liam losing the presidential election and ultimately, Tan Cheng Bock’s losing the presidential election as well.
If anything, his actions has only served to strengthen the PAP and the current government.
Therefore, he neither deserves to be given space in news columns, nor should be classified as “Veteran opposition”
Sincerely,
Bao
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