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Launch of Tan Cheng Bock’s party postponed – pending police permit and licenses

Dr Tan said that the Police Permit for the event and other related permits such as the Public Entertainment Licence are still pending, and as such he needed to delay the event

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Earlier today, Dr Tan Cheng Bock, Chief of Progress Singapore Party (PSP) announced the postponement of his party’s launch date, citing reasons of delayed permits.

In a social media post, he wrote that pending police approval, he was looking to officially launch the party on June 15 at the EXPO. However, he said that the Police Permit for the event and other related permits such as the Public Entertainment Licence are still pending, and as such he needed to delay the event.

PSP launch date postponedMy dear friends,In my last Facebook post of 27 May, I mentioned that, pending police…

Posted by Dr Tan Cheng Bock on Sunday, June 2, 2019

Dr Tan also added, “I have told my organising Team that we should comply with all the permits required for the event, no matter how many there are. We are currently looking at a new launch date of end June or sometime in July”.

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3rd PSP Meet-the-People session

In his post, Dr Tan also wrote of the party’s 3rd Meet-the-People session, which saw over 150 attendees.

Photo: Facebook/Tan Cheng Bock

On the event, Dr Tan wrote, “I was especially surprised by a couple who brought me a small bottle of holy oil. This dear lady proceeded to anoint my forehead with the oil – it was a blessing for protection. I felt very touched”.

Dr Tan’s Progress Singapore Party is now set to launch at the end of June, or in July./TISG

Read related: Tan Cheng Bock gears up for official launch of party

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