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Dr Chee Soon Juan, the Singapore Democratic Party’s (SDP) secretary-general, took to social media to announce the entrance of young members into the party.

In a social media post yesterday, he wrote, “Good to see the growing number of young faces joining the party, knocking on doors and meeting residents”.

Dr Chee also rather subtly shared that the new members were meeting residents at Bukit Panjang.

Good to see the growing number of young faces joining the party, knocking on doors and meeting residents (at Bt…

Posted by Chee Soon Juan 徐顺全 on Wednesday, June 19, 2019

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People Action Party’s Dr Teo Ho Pin is the Mayor of North West District, and Member of Parliament (MP) for Bukit Panjang Single Member Constituency (SMC), and serves as the Chairman of Holland-Bukit Panjang Town Council.

During the 2015 General Election, Dr Teo Ho took on the SDP’s Central Executive Committee (CEC) member Mr Khung Wai Yeen.

In his Facebook post, Dr Chee also called for more youths to join his team and urged them to “get interested and get involved”. /TISGFollow us on Social Media

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