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Pritam Singh

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Hougang By-Election: Rallies In A Nutshell

Here are quick summaries from the by-election rallies on May 20, 2012 (Sunday), May 22, 2012 (Tuesday) and May 24, 2012 (Thursday). I felt that the rallies were largely inconsequential, because most Hougang residents would have had their minds set already; nonetheless, it is interesting to briefly review what has been said by the representatives and politicians. Continue reading

The General Elections, One Year On: Craving For More Policy Discourse

It should be established right from the get-go that given the breakthroughs of the General Election in 2011 – which many had heralded as a “watershed” – the expectations heaped upon the Opposition members have been tremendous. It would not be easy negotiating around an environment that has been dominated by a single party for a very long time. Continue reading

In Retrospect Rhetorically: Why Aljunied Was Won (And Lost)

Campaigning was then imperative to sway the swing voters. The following points will categorically expound upon what I personally thought influenced decisions; though I will venture to opine that although the national sentiment was decidedly against the PAP, strategic propositions on the part of the WP secured the eventual victory for the latter. Continue reading

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