The Reform Party (RP) (archived 20 Aug 2020)


GE2015 results
Contested seats
11 / 89 contested
0 / 11 won

Votes in contested seats


The Reform Party (RP) was formed in 2008 by the veteran politician, J.B. Jeyaretnam, who had served in Parliament from 1981-1986 as the leader of the Workers’ Party. J.B. Jeyaretnam died three months after the founding of the party, and his son, Kenneth Jeyaretnam, has taken on the role of party leader since.

RP is a liberal-democratic party and believes that “there is a role for government in looking after the less fortunate members of society, in correcting market failures and in promoting growth and full employment”. The party has also advocated for a government with greater transparency and accountability.

Latest posts

7 July – Election Update

PV releases its manifesto, 4 days before polling day. PSP Sec-Gen Tan Cheng Bock says police reports against WP’s Raeesah Khan are “gutter politics”. And, RP rebutted by IMDA after the former claimed it was not given sufficient notice for its constituency political broadcast.

1 July – Election Update

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.

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