WP’s Raeesah Khan apologises for online comments, will cooperate with investigations. PAP asks WP to make clear its stand on Khan. PAP’s Hougang candidate accused of stealing credit for WP-implemented upgrading programmes.
“The choice before us is whether we want to be a crowd of people who are seeking to be G.O.A.T.s (Greatest Of All Time) or a community of people who are S.H.E.E.P. – Seeing Heaven Everyday in Every Person.”
More POFMA orders, this time for a claim related to the issue of “10 million population”. AWARE criticises PAP press release for being “insensitive” to victims of domestic abuse. And, a nice moment between opponents even as campaigning heats up.
Slow news day today… just more ELD sticker drama. And, Hwa Chong clarifies its stance on students discussing politics on social media.
“A spoilt vote will not bring about a more representative government, nor will it create a system that listens more. It will only serve to strengthen the status-quo.”
Campaigning missteps from across party lines today.
“To have a compassionate nation, we need the politics of love and not the politics of envy, anger, greed or fear. No one particular party or individual has all the answers to the crises facing us.”
Manpower Ministry cites 2019 figures to rebut claims on 2020 PMET unemployment. Independent, Cheang Peng Wah, begins campaigning in Pioneer under a horse electoral logo. And PSP’s Tan Cheng Bock says he will reject any NCMP seat.
Reading manifestos, watching debates and rallies ain’t going to cut it.
RP release manifesto supplement, “Green Manifesto”. PSP lodges police report after posters torn down in Chua Chu Kang. Hwa Chong tells students not to post GE-related content.