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Tan Cheng Bock gears up for official launch of party

Dr Tan registered his party on April 1 this year, and launched its inaugural Meet the People Session (MPS) earlier in May

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Dr Tan Cheng Bock, Chief of Progress Singapore Party (PSP) proudly announced the upcoming launch of his party on social media earlier this week.

Photo: Facebook/Tan Cheng Bock

He wrote, “My fellow Singaporeans, PSP was registered on 28 Mar, exactly 2 months ago. I am pleased to announce that pending approval from the police, we are intending to officially launch the party on 15th June at the Expo Hall 5”.

Dr Tan registered his party on April 1 this year, and launched its inaugural Meet the People Session (MPS) earlier in May. The event attracted about 200 attendees.

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In his post, Dr Tan continued, “I look forward to meeting many Singaporeans at this event. More details will be announced when we have received police approval”.

On that note, Dr Tan also shared about how he joined some of his Muslim friends for Iftar, when they broke their fast.

Photo: Facebook/ Tan Cheng Bock

He also shared images of the event, where he was in attendance with his fellow party members./TISG

Read related: Tan Cheng Bock holds a meet-the-people session, 200 people attend

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