PSP – Candidates

Chua Chu Kang GRCHong Kah North SMCKebun Baru SMCMarymount SMCNee Soon GRCPioneer SMCTanjong Pagar GRCWest Coast GRCYio Chu Kang SMC

Chua Chu Kang GRC


Abdul Rahman Mohamad, 67
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PSP Central Executive Committee member
Consulting Engineer at Parsons International

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Political history:
2020: Unveiled as PSP candidate.
2006: GE2006, SDA candidate in Tampines GRC, 31.5% vote share.

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Choo Shaun Ming, 23
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Law undergraduate at NUS

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Securing a better future for millennials through job security and satisfaction

Political history:
2020: Unveiled as PSP candidate.

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Francis Yuen, 70
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PSP Central Executive Committee member
Former Chief Executive at Hong Leong Asia

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2 July: Rebutted by Manpower Ministry for making an “incorrect” claim on a TV debate on 1 July 2020. Yuen had claimed there were 100,000 unemployed PMETs now. The Ministry responded using figures from 2019 as evidence of Yuen’s claim being “incorrect”, prompting Yuen to call the figures outdated. The Ministry also added that 2020 figures will only be released in 2021.

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Political history:
2020: Unveiled as PSP candidate.

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Former colonel in the SAF.


Tan Meng Wah, 57
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Industry Consultant at NTU

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Political history:
2020: Unveiled as PSP candidate.

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• Former research fellow at the Institute of Policy Studies, with research experience on income inequality and rent-seeking policies.

Hong Kah North SMC


Gigene Wong, 54
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Former Chief Executive at Gulf Oil China

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Political history:
2020: Unveiled as PSP candidate.

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Known as the “$30 CEO”, referencing how her journey to becoming a CEO started with a $30 accounting course that she took at 17.

Kebun Baru SMC


Kumaran Pillai, 49
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Former Chief Editor at The Online Citizen

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2020: Unveiled as PSP candidate.

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Marymount SMC


Ang Yong Guan, 65
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Psychiatrist

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Political history:
2015: GE2015, SingFirst candidate in Tanjong Pagar GRC, 22.3% vote share.
2011: GE2011, SDP candidate in Holland-Bukit Timah GRC, 39.9% vote share.

Other notable moments:
• A community leader in Kembangan for over 15 years, serving ex-MP George Yeo. Also once chairman of Punggol Community Club.

Nee Soon GRC


Bradley Bowyer, 53
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Media Consultant

In the news:
 2 July: Labels claims about Nee Soon being “horse-traded” with RP as rumours, rebuts PAP’s K Shanmugam.

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Political history:
2019: Joins PSP.
2018: Joins PV.
After 2011: Joins PAP.

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Damien Tay Chye Seng, 51
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Customer Service Manager

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Political history:
2020: Unveiled as PSP candidate.

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Kala Manickam, 52
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Works in the healthcare industry

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Political history:
2020: Unveiled as PSP candidate.

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A former SAF officer and one of the first female officers integrated in the tri-service SAF.


Muhammad Taufik Supan, 40
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IT Project Manager

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Political history:
2020: Unveiled as PSP candidate.

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Sri Nallakaruppan, 56
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PSP Treasurer
Investment Specialist

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2020: Unveiled as PSP candidate.

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Pioneer SMC


Lim Cher Hong, 42
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Chartered Financial Consultant

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Political history:
2020: Unveiled as PSP candidate.

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Former programme coordinator and trainer at the Silver Generation Office (SGO).

Tanjong Pagar GRC


A’bas Bin Kasmani, 67
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Business Consultant

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2020: Unveiled as PSP candidate.

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Harish Pillay, 60
Head of Community Architecture at Red Hat

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Wants to accelerate Singapore’s transformation into a Smart Nation.

Political history:
2020: Unveiled as PSP candidate.

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Also an adjunct lecturer at NTU.


Michael Chua, 55
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PSP Organising Secretary
Businessman

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28 June: Raised concerns about having to submit e-rally speeches for vetting. Was told later by Elections Department that vetting only for political broadcasts, not e-rallies.

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Political history:
2020: Unveiled as PSP candidate.

Other notable moments:
• London School of Economics on an SAF Merit Scholarship. Naval Postgraduate School US on a Defence Technology Training Award.
Full time SAF regular until 2002.


Terence Soon, 29
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Pilot at SIA

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2020: Unveiled as PSP candidate.

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Wendy Low, 43
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Intellectual Property and Dispute Lawyer at Eldan Law

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Political history:
2020: Unveiled as PSP candidate.

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Provided pro-bono legal assistance via NGOs, such as AWARE, to foreign domestic workers who were abused.

West Coast GRC


Hazel Poa, 50
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PSP Assistant Treasurer
Owner of an education business

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Political history:
2020: Unveiled as PSP candidate.
2015-2019: Joins and leaves the SDP.
2011: Joins NSP. GE2011, NSP candidate in Chua Chu Kang GRC, 38.8% vote share. Becomes NSP Sec-Gen shortly after the elections.
2010: Joins RP.

Other notable moments:
• Bachelor’s in Mathematics from Cambridge University. She earned her degree on a Public Service Commission scholarship.
• Formerly the Assistant Director for Indirect Taxation at the Ministry of Finance.


Jeffrey Khoo Poh Tiong, 51
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Asia-Pacific Chief Marketing Officer at Ed

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Review of CECA, quota for EP holders, and ensuring knowledge transfer to Singaporeans.

Political history:
2020: Unveiled as PSP candidate.

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• Honorary treasurer of the NUS society.


Leong Mun Wai, 60
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PSP Assistant Secretary-General
Founder of Timbre Capital

In the news:
2 July: Reiterates to PAP’s K Shanmugam that Nee Soon was not “horse-traded”, calls for a return to the issues.

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Political history:
2020: Unveiled as PSP candidate.

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• Bachelor’s in Economics from Hitotsubashi University. Master’s in Management from London Business School.


Loganathan Nadarajah, 57
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Former Lieutenant Colonel at SAF

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Political history:
2020: Unveiled as PSP candidate.

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Part of Tan Cheng Bock’s team when Tan was MP for Ayer Rajah.


Tan Cheng Bock, 80
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PSP Secretary-General
Former MP
Medical Director at Ama Keng Medical Clinic

In the news:
7 July: PSP Sec-Gen Tan Cheng Bock says police reports against WP’s Raeesah Khan “gutter politics”.
• 2 July: Will not take up an NCMP seat if offered, calls the scheme a ploy to reduce opposition votes.

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Political history:
2019: Starts PSP.
2011: PE2011, Presidential candidate, 34.9% vote share.
2001: GE2001, PAP candidate in Ayer Rajah SMC, 88% vote share. Enters Parliament as MP. Last election under PAP.
1980: GE1980, PAP candidate in Ayer Rajah SMC, 83% vote share. Enters Parliament as MP. First election under PAP.

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• Tan was once part of the PAP’s Central Executive Committee, from 1987-1996. He has also held numerous high-level positions in government, such as Chairman of various Government Parliamentary Committees.
• Had a hand in schemes such as making CPF accessible for tertiary education and free parking in HDB estates on Sundays.
• During his time as a PAP member, Tan voted against the NMP scheme in defiance of party lines, earning a warning.

Yio Chu Kang SMC


Kayla Low, 43
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Chief Financial Officer at Easy-Fly International Holding

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Political history:
2020: Unveiled as PSP candidate.

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