In today’s announcement on its website, the Singapore Government publicly defends PAP candidate Lee Hsien Loong for his spamming of his photo all over Singapore saying it is perfectly legal to have his photo put up in constituencies he is not contesting.

The Singapore Government even claimed that this has been done before in past elections, without providing evidence.

However, the Singapore Government did not specify if there is a limit of 3,000 posters, according to the Electoral Department, for Lee Hsien Loong since he is the candidate for Ang Mo Kio GRC.

Former Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong is spamming his photos all around Singapore believing that Singaporeans will vote for him over his weak PAP candidates who are likely to lose their constituencies to the Opposition.

Some Singaporeans have responded to his political spam by tearing down his posters.

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You may read the announcement here.

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