Polling Day

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Appreciating Mr. Tan Jee Say’s Tenacity: Advancing Active Citizenry

While some opponents might dismiss his style of disagreement as being a tad confrontational, it would be hard to overlook his positive enthusiasm over important political and socio-economic issues, or to identify with his tenacity to highlight inconvenient subjects which have to be adequately addressed. Continue reading

A Second Chance For Miss Tin Pei Ling

Continued squabbles and open expressions of firm opposition would only be disproportionately detrimental for the residents in the constituency; for they simply require a conduit to articulate their woes and correspondingly seek assistance. Continue reading

The General Elections: Are Ten (Minus One) Days Sufficient For Campaigning?

Campaigns are quintessential for candidates and political parties contesting in the General Elections: through an assortment of media outreach strategies, mass election rallies, display of posters and banners et cetera, potential politicians would seek to reach out to their constituents and correspondingly canvass for votes on Polling Day. Throughout the designated campaigning period, the involved … Continue reading