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Is Brad Bowyer joining Tan Cheng Bock’s party?




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A former member of People’s Voice Party, Brad Bowyer, was seen at Dr Tan Cheng Bock’s Progress Singapore Party’s membership meet-up over the weekend, causing speculation as to whether the former will be joining the latter.

Brad Bowyer was appointed as the former Shadow Minister for National Development at People’s Voice Party on March 17, but he abruptly left the party on March 24 just days after the announcement.

Shortly after, on March 29, People’s Voice Party chief Lim Tean appointed blogger Leong Sze Hian as his Shadow Minister of Finance.

Following the announcement by Dr Tan Cheng Bock about the positive response for his party’s membership, photos of him and Brad Bowyer were seen to be circulating on social media and Whatsapp messenger.

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When asked if he had plans to join Dr Tan’s party, Bowyer says he was just supporting Dr Tan for now, and that there was no official decision either way.

On PSP, Brad also told TISG, “I am very glad to be part of the new political awakening in Singapore. I believe Progress Singapore Party and its ideals of country-and-people-first align totally with mine and I look forward to helping their advancement in whatever capacity I can”.

“Dr Tan is a man of high ideals and passion and his energy level belies his age”, he adds. /TISG

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