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Workers’ Party announces CEC appointments, Faisal Manap stays on as Vice Chair

The party’s CEC election takes place every two years, and only cadre members are eligible to vote for their leadership.

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In the wake of the re-election of Sylvia Lim and Pritam Singh as Workers’ Party chair and secretary-general respectively on Nov 12 at the Party’s Cadre Members’ Conference, the WP announced its Central Executive Committee appointments on Wednesday (Nov 16) following a meeting the day before. 

The appointments are as follows:

Vice Chair: Faisal Manap

Treasurer: He Ting Ru

Deputy Treasurer: Nathaniel Koh

Organising Secretary: Dennis Tan

Deputy Organising Secretaries: Ang Boon Yaw, Kenneth Foo, Tan Kong Soon

Head, Media Team: Leon Perera

Deputy Head, Media Team: Louis Chua

Head, Policy Research: Gerald Giam

Deputy Head, Policy Research: Jamus Lim

Youth Wing President: Nicole Seah

Former party chief Low Thia Khiang has remained in the CEC as well, while ex-Hougang SMC parliamentarian Png Eng Huat was not re-elected.

The other two new names in the CEC are Nathaniel Koh and Ang Boon Yaw. Koh has been with the party for more than a decade and contested the previous election at the Marine Parade GRC.

The party’s CEC election takes place every two years, and only cadre members are eligible to vote for their leadership. There are currently 15 elected members in the WP CEC, one more compared to the 2020 CEC election.

Many netizens cheered the WP CEC appointments on and wished them success in their endeavours.

  

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