Monthly Archives: May 2011

Live updates for Tonight’s Rallies – Thursday, 5 May 2011

The rallies tonight will commence at 7pm. Our volunteers on the ground will bring you the latest updates. 6.00pm: Workers’ Party rally: Throngs of people strolling into WP rally at Serangoon stadium. Estimated about 1,000 present already. Spotted at WP … Continue reading

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Live updates for Tonight’s Rallies – Wednesday, 4 May

The rallies will commence at 7pm tonight. 6.55pm: Rain has stopped in Woodlands. SDP holding its rally there tonight. About 200 pple at stadium at moment. Crowd might swell as evening draws on. 7.10pm: PAP Rally, Punggol East: 50 pple … Continue reading

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Your Vote is Your Voice

This article was first posted on MARUAH. “Is my vote really secret?” That is the question on many Singaporeans’ minds. As part of our public education efforts, MARUAH has produced a video to explain to voters why their vote really is secret. YOUR … Continue reading

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TOC breaking news: Aljunied GRC Facebook site alleges defamation?

Andrew Loh / Comments surrounding a New Paper article about a “youth with low IQ” who was involved in an incident with Aljunied GRC MPs Cynthia Phua and Lim Hwee Hwa written in 2009 has been described as “slander that … Continue reading

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NSP to PAP: where were you when S’poreans needed you most?

By Loke Hoe Yeong/ photo by Terry Xu NSP rally at Choa Chu Kang Stadium, 3 May 2011 “Where were you in the past five years?” National Solidarity Party (NSP) candidate Ms Nicole Seah asked the PAP. “Why was help … Continue reading

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Hougang resident angered by Eric Low’s “slum” remark

Hi, I have lived in Hougang for almost 20 years. I have been through 3 elections and voted in 2 of them. In these years, I have seen Low Thia Khiang countless of times. He can be seen at coffee … Continue reading

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Rain lifts spirits in the heartlands

Benjamin Cheah/ photos by Terry Xu A wet evening was in store at the Singapore Democratic Party (SDP) rally on Tuesday. In spite of vigorous rain and parking wardens refusing entry to nearby parking lots, the crowd grew rapidly in … Continue reading

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