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Battle of the elite looming

Battle of the elite looming

INSIGHT DOWN SOUTH By SEAH CHIANG NEE When Singaporeans vote in the coming polls expected to be in May, they will see more high-flier Opposition candidates with academic qualifications [...]

The Star Online: Coming polls promise to be fun

The Star Online: Coming polls promise to be fun

In the chase for the young vote, the PAP has sent in Zorro and a hip-hop dancing team to counter Danny the Bear’s foray into its heartland town centre. RESIDENTS of a suburban estate were taken [...]

Singapore Muslims & Lowly Educated Marginalised

Singapore Muslims & Lowly Educated Marginalised

Abdillah Zamzuri Would you be willing to sacrifice your religious beliefs for the sake of national integration? I bet not. But that’s exactly what Singapore’s Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew [...]

MM Lee on PAP losing power: That day will come

MM Lee on PAP losing power: That day will come

By Angela Lim – January 21st, 2011 Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew, the founding leader People’s Action Party’s (PAP) has predicted its rule of Singapore will come to an end one day. In a [...]

Six Reasons Why The Government Gazettes The Online Citizen

Six Reasons Why The Government Gazettes The Online Citizen

Written by: Gilbert Goh By now, most netizens will have known that the popular socio political blog The Online Citizen has being gazetted as a political organization by the Prime Minister’s [...]

TOC Gazette: Pre-election squeeze in Singapore

TOC Gazette: Pre-election squeeze in Singapore

http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Southeast_Asia/MA13Ae01.html Pre-election squeeze in Singapore By James Gomez In a clear sign that general elections are on the way in Singapore, the ruling [...]

Singapore spirit blows hot and cold

Singapore spirit blows hot and cold

Saturday December 11, 2010 Singapore spirit blows hot and cold Insight Down South By SEAH CHIANG NEE If Singaporeans fear they will one day be overwhelmed by migrants in their own land, the [...]

Singapore: A comfortable model

Singapore: A comfortable model

Blowin' In The Wind Posted: 21 Nov 2010 06:37 AM PST  (reproduced with permission) John Kampfner, former editor of The New Statesman (2005-2008) and now chief executive of Index on [...]

Three New Political Dynamics That May Influence The Outcome Of The Next General Election

Three New Political Dynamics That May Influence The Outcome Of The Next  General Election

  Written by: Gilbert Goh I am  glad to read from many socio-political blogs that the forthcoming election will be fiercely contested by opposition political parties. One sure certainty is [...]

Young voices speak out

Young voices speak out

Saturday November 6, 2010 Young voices speak out Insight Down South By SEAH CHIANG NEE More outspoken and articulate youths who are not afraid to speak their minds have begun questioning the [...]

Singapore MPs’ pay highest in the world

Singapore MPs’ pay highest in the world

MPs' pay in Singapore and other countries Posted: 18 Aug 2010 04:46 AM PDT - Blowing In The Wind Singapore's members of parliament are paid more than the members of the House of Commons and [...]

Singapore Refuses Entry to Radio Executive, Without Saying Why

Singapore Refuses Entry to Radio Executive, Without Saying Why

http://www.theepochtimes.com/n2/content/view/40879/   By Matthew Robertson Epoch Times Staff   12 Aug 2010   An executive of an independent radio network that focuses on Chinese human [...]

Seeking clarifications on The Online Citizen’s activities: Are they legal?

Seeking clarifications on The Online Citizen’s activities: Are they legal?

Dear Sirs,   I am writing to seek clarifications on the activities of The Online Citizen, (www.theonlinecitizen.com), a political blog in Singapore.   It has published numerous articles [...]

Singapore: Judicial harassment of journalist

Singapore: Judicial harassment of journalist

  Alan Shadrake and his lawyer M Ravi leave the remand centre after bail was granted Singapore: Judicial harassment of journalist Wednesday, 28 July 2010, 1:25 pm Press Release: Asian Human [...]

Going public with grievances

Going public with grievances

Saturday June 12, 2010 Going public with grievances Insight Down South by SEAH CHIANG NEE Singaporeans are resorting to stronger displays of dissatisfaction over issues by assembling on the [...]

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