The WP’s speaking on the elected presidency may never happen.
Will Singaporeans get the freedom of expression?
What are the MPs’ responsibilities? Shouldn’t they be presenting the voices and needs of Singaporeans and making Singapore a better home？
Madam Halimah has become the sole candidate to run for the presidential election, while the rejection reason for other competitors remains unknown to us.
Important qualities a president should have.
Government will surely turn the “political price” into a “political gain” in the hearts and minds of Singaporeans.
Although social media is playing a role in political campaigns, offline engagement is still crucial.
It is possibly that WP will not be allowed to speak in Parliament before the end of the presidential election.
Tan Chuan-Jin, the former minister of Singapore, will take on his new role as a Speaker of Parliament.
I refer to the Straits Times’ editor-in-chief’s article “A very Singaporean dilemma in picking a president” (Sunday Times, Sep 3).