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PAP Ministers engaged in personal attacks on Chee at Bukit Batok rally

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On Apr 27, Deputy Prime Minister (DPM) Tharman Shanmugaratnam shook hands with Central Executive Council Member of Singapore Democratic Party, Dr Paul Tambyah. When the pressmen asked Dr Tambyah what the DPM said, the medical doctor said that they both agreed that they wanted a fair fight.
The DPM and Murali need not indulge in personal attacks when there are others in the People’s Action Party (PAP) who will do it for them.
halimah“I never forget how Chee (Soon Juan) shouted at then PM Goh Chok Tong. It is unbecoming especially as Asians we need to respect our elders.”  – Speaker of Parliament, Halimah Yacob at the PAP rally in Bukit Batok on 29 Apr
gracefu“He (Chee Soon Juan) wants to be a full-time MP. As far as I know he’s not held a full-time job for a long time…The work experience is essential. It’ll be interesting to see if there is a referral letter from Chiam See Tong,” said Grace Fu, Minister for Culture, Community and Youth at the PAP rally in Bukit Batok on 29 AprFollow us on Social Media

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