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The alleged delay in the release of the EBRC report

The alleged delay in the release of the EBRC report

Earlier today, we were queried by the media about our thoughts on the alleged delay in the release of the report by the Election Boundaries Review Committee ("EBRC"). In our perspective, there is little value in speculating the timing of the EBRC’s report or the reasons for the same. Instead, we have been focusing on our... 

Teo’s Update on Discrimination Against S’porean Workers: A Sincere Plan or Desperate Damage Control?

Teo’s Update on Discrimination Against S’porean Workers: A Sincere Plan or Desperate Damage Control?

The SDP sent on Friday our official application to Minister for Manpower Josephine Teo to cancel the Correction Directions she issued for three of our posts on the issue of the PAP's foreign worker policy. We also called on her to apologise for wrongly labelling our posts as false. We laid out our case in detail in our application. At... 

Domestic policy challenges for Singapore in an uncertain external environment

Domestic policy challenges for Singapore in an uncertain external environment

In 2019, Singapore witnessed a new team of ministers — the fourth generation since political independence in 1965 — actively participate in policymaking and implementation. The People’s Action Party’s (PAP) approach to political transition ensures a seasoned new team governs the country. The team must tackle a myriad... 



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