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SDP counter proposal for the Elected Presidency in Singapore

SDP is the latest opposition party to spell out their alternatives to the recently approved Constitution Bill.

WP did it last week but it was torn to shreds in less than 10 mins by Janil and Shanmugam. 669 more words


Malay Singaporeans more annoyed rather than angry about the Elected Presidency

Since Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced last week that next year’s presidential election will be reserved for Malay candidates, there have been much annoyance in the Malay community. 662 more words

Current Affairs

The Government should stop disqualifying Tan Cheng Bock time and time again.

Seems like the government cannot stop itself from disqualifying Dr Tan Cheng Bock (TCB) and its honestly hilarious.

We all know that TCB does not qualify for the next EP because of the latest criteria. 89 more words

Current Affairs

Dr Tan Cheng Bock fired another salvo at the government for their EP criteria

In our previous article, we shared how Dr Tan Cheng Bock had finally hit out at the government for their latest White Paper.

It seems like he is still harping on the point that the government had deliberately disqualified him… 223 more words


What on earth is a White Paper?

So, the government just released a White Paper on the Elected Presidency.

White Paper.

That’s a word I’m sure many of you have heard before. 328 more words

Current Affairs

Dr Tan Cheng Bock has responded; urged people to wait and not jump to conclusions, yet

After a few days of silence since the release of the proposed changes to the elected presidency by the constitutional commission, Dr Tan Cheng Bock has spoken. 96 more words

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Changes to the Elected Presidency, Important or not?

The Constitutional Commission Report on the Elected Presidency is out.

For most people who have better things to do (i.e. busy working to earn the bacon), this report seems irrelevant especially when it discusses things such as eligibility of Presidential candidates and the role of the Presidency. 328 more words