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Temasek Holdings Ho Ching: Annual report delayed after Elections

The wife of Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, Ho Ching, today announced that Temasek Holdings will not publish its annual report due July this year. The financial reports will be made public only after the General Elections: "To accommodate this delay of global consolidation for financial reporting, Temasek’s own annual reporting will be delayed from July till September." The Temasek Holdings...

Hwa Chong Institute: Political discussions in social media is “unsafe” and “unsuitable” for students

Singapore's elite school Hwa Chong Institute has ordered their students to not comment on the General Elections on social media. The school denied the new censorship is to silent opposing voices, as younger Singaporeans tend to be more objective and critical against the ruling party government. Hwa Chong claimed that the social media is "not a suitable" and an "unsafe" platform...

Singapore to reopen cinemas despite reporting hundreds of new cases each day

Singapore's Health Minister Gan Kim Yong has given the go-ahead to reopen cinemas by July 13, despite reporting hundreds of new cases each day. Up to 50 patrons can share the auditorium, with their face masks off if they have a drink with them. The movie theatres were earlier closed because doctors advised against gathering within an enclosed space for more...

I lose the right to be unhappy if I vote PAP

Singapore in the past 5 years have been a wreckage. Existing problems of high cost living and inequality have been around for decades, and new problems are added on top of them. What happened to matters that we Singaporeans mistook were well-taken care off? This General Election gave next to no answer to some of these livelihood questions we are...

FACT CHECK: Did Minister Heng Swee Keat call for 10 million population?

1) Did PAP increase the foreigner population? Verdict: TRUE According to the official Singapore Statistics report¹, the current foreign population in Singapore is 2.7 million. This is a 25.5% increase from 2.15 million in 2015, according to the Prime Minister's Office². Source: ¹ Singapore Statistics 2019 ² PMO Population Summary graphic 2015 2) Did Minister Heng Swee Keat express intention for 10 million...

PAP picks on the sole opposition figure they don’t want in Parliament

Singapore's ruling party PAP government has targeted a single opposition figure which they clearly do not want to see in Parliament: Dr Chee Soon Juan of the Singapore Democratic Party. A day after PAP Minister Vivian Balakrishnan lost a televised debate, the PAP published a press release calling Dr Chee a liar and demanded he "honourably" apologise: "The honourable thing for...

Education Minister Ong Ye Kung POFMA opposition PV

Less than a week after Nomination, the Singapore PAP government has applied its first POFMA order on an opposition party, People's Voice (PV) party. Education Minister Ong Ye Kung ordered the censorship of a Youtube video from opposition PV leader Lim Tean and the Facebook page of PV. In its censorship note, the PAP Minister took issues with the PV's statement...

Police: Old man torn down Opposition’s posters, young teenager torn down PAP’s

The Singapore Police today revealed that their investigations found that a 51 year old elderly was behind the tearing down of opposition's posters in Chua Chu Kang, while a 13 year old young teenager was responsible for tearing up the PAP's posters in Hougang. The old man will face a S$1,000 fine or a jail up to 12 months, while...

9 residents of HDB Block in Tampines infected with coronavirus

Singapore's Ministry of Health confirmed that the coronavirus has gone out of control in the community, with a HDB block in Tampines being a coronavirus cluster. Tampines Block 111, Street 11, found 9 residents of two families living in different floors infected with the virus. The first infected is a 66 year old man who worked at a foreign workers dormitory....

Lee Hsien Loong demands S$15,000 fine or 2 weeks jail sentence on Li Sheng Wu

Dictator Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has demanded the Singapore Court to issue a S$15,000 fine to Li Sheng Wu, in the Attorney-General's application today. The PAP leader claimed that his nephew, the son of Lee Hsien Yang, scandalised the court in a private Facebook post. The Singapore PAP government also said Li Sheng Wu should be given a default sentence...

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Community infection double to 18

Singapore's "stable" coronavirus outbreak has seen so-called community infection doubling to 18 in a single day yesterday, including a two year old. The 18...

PAP government POFMA state media CNA, university NUS and 3 others

Barely a day after issuing five POFMA orders on a 10 million population proposal raised by Minister Heng Swee Keat, the PAP government today...

PAP press release’s analogy: Dr Chee calls us a wife-beater

Singapore's ruling party PAP has gone fake news, this time, using an analogy claiming that SDP's candidate Dr Chee Soon Juan called them a...