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“Never be afraid to fight for what is right” – Tan Cheng Bock to Singaporeans on National Day

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Dr Tan Cheng Bock has released a special National Day message to all Singaporeans on his Facebook page.

The politician, who is still awaiting judgement on his appeal against the upcoming reserved presidential election, acknowledged that he has had an eventful year but that he believes that all he has done has been for the good of the nation.

Here is his heartwarming message in full:

“Dear Singaporeans,

“This year has been an eventful year for me. In all that I have done, I believe that it has been for the good of our country. I want future generations to be proud of Singapore and all its achievements. Let us have the courage to stand up for our convictions. Never be afraid to fight for what is right. We all want the best for our nation.

“I look forward to celebrating National Day with my family and friends, and enjoying my grandchildren.

“My family and I wish you all a Happy National Day.”

Happy National Day 2017Dear Singaporeans,This year has been an eventful year for me. In all that I have done, I…

Posted by Dr Tan Cheng Bock on Tuesday, 8 August 2017

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