With tomorrow being Cooling-off Day, today marked a rather uneventful end to campaigning. RDU released its Green Charter. And, PAP’s Chan Chun Sing responds to audio clips circulating online.
“We sat down with Nicholas Tang from Red Dot United. Nicholas, who turns 28 this year, is one of the 12 founding members of Red Dot United (RDU), and is the second youngest member in the party (the youngest being 25).”
Tomorrow is Nomination Day. PSP and RDU release manifestos, include POFMA and CECA reviews. PAP MP, Indranee Rajah, says no need to vote opposition because NCMP scheme exists.
WP, SPP release manifestos, both include electoral reforms. Pro-PAP Facebook page taken down for “inauthentic” behaviour. MPs and veteran opposition figures announce retirement.
Rumours circulate online about new PAP candidate’s character. No walkovers this GE? PAP to launch manifesto tomorrow, 10am.
Red Dot United GE2020 manifesto:A Charter for the Future — Captains of Our Own Lives “When the world moves towards powerful zero-carbon ocean liners, we cannot remain a Sampan 2.0. While a sampan needs just one man to operate it, ocean liners require many hands on deck to take it in a new direction.” RDUContinue reading “RDU – Policies”